Rob Jaczko


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Career Highlights
  • Independent recording engineer and record producer
  • Former staff engineer at A&M Studios, Hollywood, California
  • Engineering credits include Aerosmith, Vinnie Colaiuta, Sheryl Crow, Crowded House, and Hall and Oates, among many others
  • Founder of View Works, specializing in stereoscopic 3D imaging and immersive audio solutions
  • School Name
    Berklee College of Music
    State or Province
    Bachelor of Music (B.M.)
    Date Degree Received
In Their Own Words

"The ongoing goals for the Music Production and Engineering Department are centered in three critical areas: curriculum, faculty, and facilities. Every topic, class, and assignment has been evaluated for its relevance, emphasis, timing, and balance. And with 12 studios operating 22 hours per day, seven days per week, it is critical to maintain a state-of-the-art technical infrastructure."

"Our MP&E graduates have the distinct advantage of being world-class, Berklee-educated musicians and having deep training in production and engineering topics. The education that we supply arms graduates with skills that transcend fads or genres. It's an education that has a long lifespan. We know this is true, as we've enjoyed watching our alumni receive numerous Grammy Awards each year, and even Academy Awards for their work in film. This industry validation speaks volumes."

"As a teacher I am patient, but demanding. I'm still very excited about the craft of recording and record production. And if students are going to excel in the industry, they are going to have to display an intense passion for the process and an unflagging work ethic. I really respond to students who are eager to learn and willing to go all out to achieve their goals."

"The best thing about teaching—flat out—is the students. In MP&E, our application process to the major is so competitive that our students have to be extremely focused, passionate, and driven to succeed. I'm addicted to that type of energy."