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Jonathan Wyner is the chief engineer at M Works Studios in Somerville, MA, professor of music production and engineering at Berklee College of Music in Boston, past president of the Audio Engineering Society, and former education director for iZotope. He combines a focus on production, engineering, and education with experience as a product design consultant. His work includes leveraging technology and product innovations to create engaging experiences to creative and technical users. A producer, engineer, musician and performer, he's mastered and produced thousands of recordings during the last 35 years. He remembers, very clearly, the time before the look ahead limiter/compressor changed the sound of music. Driving CV triggers on an ARP 2600 from his French horn in 1977 set him on a lifelong journey to discover how technology can expand our creative vocabulary.
"I want students to come away from my classes with renewed enthusiasm for the art and craft of music production along with the ability to listen better and hear more and the tools to help marry their technological vocabulary to their creative vocabulary."
"I am a musician first who happens to love what technology offers the creative. I have been a student, teacher, and working professional my entire career, and the shared experience that comes from not yet understanding something gives me empathy for the student's journey."