MWI Spring Update!

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It’s been a busy Spring for students at Metalworks! Here’s what’s been going on at the institute:

Metalworks Institute’s Live Event & Concert Production students joined Metalworks Production Group at the ACC to set up for the Billy Talent Show on February 27th.

Akeel Henry – a 2013 graduate from the Audio Production and Engineering program, was recently credited with additional production work on the track Don’t Get Much better, featuring Jeremih, Ty Dolla Sign and Sage the Gemini, which is highlighted on the soundtrack of the latest installment of the Fast & Furious franchise, The Fate of the Furious.

Andrew Beg – a 2014 graduate from Music Performance & Technology – Guitar Major Program, has been busy developing and establishing Havens, his own unique, indie-rock project. Havens first EP Daybreak is now available!

Make Music Matter Metalworks Institute David Bottrill Darcy AtamanStudents from Professional Sound & Business – Studio Production Major got a chance to spend some time in the studio for a good cause with Darcy Ataman, founder of Make Music Matter, and world-famous, Grammy-award winning producer David Bottrill. Read more.

Chris DiPardo, a 2009 graduate from the Audio Production and Engineering program, has made a name for himself in the industry as the Vice President of Operations at Sunrise Records.

Sebastien Breton – Audio Production & Engineering Grad from the class of 2012 is finding success as an entrepreneur with his own company Postier Studios.

Jeff Pak – Audio Production & Engineering Grad from the class of 2012 is both Head Engineer at Howl Studios and head of his own media companies Red Goat Music and Hoplite Media.

 

Metalworks Institute student Sofie Monaro joined Green Day on stage and rocked the guitar!


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