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Jack Anderson

Head of Engineering at Design & Integration, Inc. BM:SRT 2005 Home Washington DC . :

A professional audio / video engineer for 9 years, I’ve designed and engineered numerous whole-facility audiovisual systems. I’ve worked in the Pentagon configuring videoconferencing systems. I’ve worked in areas as far away as Monterey, Mexico, and Lassen Volcanic National Park in northern California. The customers I’ve worked with include Johns Hopkins University, the National Parks Service, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the International Monetary Fund.

I left full-time employment to deepen my knowledge of how business works by pursuing a Master’s degree in Engineering Management at the University of Colorado. When I graduate in May of 2017, I will leave with a much stronger understanding of how business strategy is developed and deployed, as well as having learned a lot about leadership.

Ryan Bennett

AV Service & Installation Technician at VisionPoint, LLC BM:SRT 2014 Home Newington CT USA . : VisionPoint

My primary job is an installer of AV equipment. We are based out of CT, but I have installed systems in CT, NY, MA, D.C, and other areas. I design audio profiles for the audio devices we use and tune the audio in the systems we install.
On the side I am a trombone performer, as well as a recording engineer.


I have produced 2 full albums, one an acoustic album, the other a variety of choral and ensemble mixes.
I did a research project at UML studying various microphone, microphone placement, and room setup in 114 with a brass quintet.

Ken Bourinot

Audiovisual / IT Consultant at Acentech Home Tewksbury MA . : Acentech
Audiovisual and IT System Design.

Bill Carman

Associate Director, Sound Recording Technology Facilities at University of Massachusetts at Lowell BM:SRT 1984 Home Lowell MA . :

Lou Clark

Acoustic Consultant at Sonic-Space BM: SRT 1995 Home Portsmouth NH . :

Patrick Drumm

Broadcast Engineer at Comcast Sportsnet New England BM:SRT 2008MM:SRT 2015 Home Lowell MA . : Comcast Sportsnet New England

Worked for GCV for 4 years doing broadcast engineering. Last year I resigned to continue my education in SRT and I am now looking for a new job in the music/audio business. Currently I am music and technology director at Mill City Church in Lowell and I serve as the music worship director too.


Craig Ferguson “Wee Bit O Revolution” DVD
George Lopez HBO Special
Oprah Live on the streets of Chicago
BCS Championship and Rosebowl 2010

Hendrik Gideonse

Audio and Acoustics Consulting at XIX Acoustics MM:SRT 2012 Home Medford MA . :

I am currently installing the new studio facilities at 160 Mass Ave at Berklee. I have been designing and helping to build listening and recording rooms. Acoustic testing and measurement and then recommendations for treatments.


I was issued a patent for the Acoustic Ramp diffuser that I came up with while I was at UML’s doing my SRT Master’s.
Larry Clawson’s new XMix studio construction is nearly completed.I designed the control room as a mastering studio first and production studio second. The room sounds great!

Mike Golubitsky

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Av Assistant at The Colburn School BM:SRT 2008 Home Los Angeles CA . :

I work at a conservatory on the AV staff; what I do is more “A” than “V,” but I’ve had to considerably expand knowledge of video and projection and such. Between the three of us we record many Colburn concerts and recitals (including The Colburn Orchestra), maintain and upgrade the recording and production AV infrastructure in three performing spaces as well as in all classrooms of the school, and fulfill all audio and video production needs for the school’s various departments (conservatory, community school, dance, and jazz).
Otherwise I’ve developed an unrelenting interest in nature, culture, psychology, civilization, science, myth… and the cross-disciplinary connections therein. This takes up the rest of my time.


I assisted on 2 iTunes releases for LA Philharmonic and edited several LA opera recordings to be broadcast. That’s about it as far as super-cool professional accomplishments. During the LA Phil weeks I pretty much slept, ate, and worked (I guess that’s an accomplishment in itself). Also, hundreds and hundreds of archival recordings later.. I’ll soon be recording a string quartet for my first commercial release engineering credit ever!

Scott Jordan

Consultant at Acentech BM:SRT 1995 Home Cambridge MA USA . : Acentech

Professional live sound engineer since 1995. Currently freelance as a live sound engineer for multiple companies around the Boston area, National Council for the Traditional Arts (which oversees the National Folk Festival as well as other folk festivals around the country).

Worked 6 years in technical sales/application support for two major loudspeaker manufacturers (EAW and RCF).

Since 2008 have worked as an audiovisual consultant with Acentech, emphasis on sound systems but expanding into full AV systems.


UMass Amherst Mullins Center (Amherst, MA): (Article in Sound and Communication) Designed replacement sound system for main arena. System is used for all hockey and basketball games, as well as for school functions, commencement, etc.

MANN Center for the Performing Arts (Philadelphia, PA): Performing arts facility for 14K people. Designed sound and video display system to support the lawn seating area.

Published article in School Construction Magazine:

Rebecca Lanoue

System Designer/Sales at Audio Video Experience BM:SRT 2013 Home Haverhill MA . :

I have been installing and designing Custom Home theater and Home automation for about 8 years now.  I have a band and studio working on the side with some partners and we are based out of lowell.

Phil Reese

Beta Test Engineer at Sonos BM:SRT 2005MM:SRT 2008 Home Boston MA USA . : Digital Viking Studios . : Sonos

Beta Test Engineer at Sonos
March 2017 – Present
Boston, MA

Owner at Digital Viking Studios
Dec 2014 – Present
Concord, MA

Director of Projects, Founder at Hunter Creative Labs
Jan 2015 – Mar 2017
Waltham, MA

Multimedia Specialist and Audio/Video Engineer at Lyve Media
Oct 2010 – Feb 2016
Haverhill, MA

Nate Schneider

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AV Designer at Image Stream BM:SRT 2007 Home MA . : . :

Currently contributing to the design of image management systems for the medical market to deliver useful, simple and elegant solutions for physicians, surgeons, and clinicians.


Became a YouTube partner in 2011, producing DIY video tutorials.  Surpassed 1 Million views in 2013.  Invited to participate in the AV Week Podcast as well as contribute to the Redband AV blog.


Within the commercial AV integration industry there is a rapidly growing vertical that serves the medical market.  High tech Integrated operating rooms and hybrid operating rooms can function more efficiently compared to non-integrated rooms.  It’s a fun and exciting part of the industry to be working in.  I love it.

Jamie Tagg

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Audio Engineer, DJamesTagg MM:SRT 2012 Home Tuscaloosa AL . :

Having recorded three GRAMMY®-nominated albums, received multiple internationally competitive recording awards from the Audio Engineering Society, and having worked across the United States and Canada, D. James Tagg (Jamie) has helped clients achieve and maintain high quality recordings for over 15 years. Jamie is passionate about presenting spatial realism in recordings. Whether it be the perfect capture and a true-to-period presentation of a live classical performance, or constructing depth and space in a pop mix, the artist is always put in the best possible musical space.

In addition to setting standards in recordings, Jamie also develops new ways of capturing and processing music in both acoustic and signal processing domains. After many hours of subjective listening tests, he has developed and published research on a new stereo mic technique called STAAG (Stereo Technique for Augmented Ambience Gradient). He also has developed/programmed spatial processing tools through digital signal processing (DSP) for his own use, as well as for THAT Corporation’s dBx-TV.


Engineering Credits – Albums

August 2013 (electronic and CD) – Recording/Mix Engineer – Seraphic Fire
Ave Maria: Gregorian Chant – A collection of chant and early polyphony performed by Seraphic Fire.
Released/distributed by NAXOS International
Top ten (#2) on the iTunes Classical Albums chart on August 27, 2013
Reached #1 on Amazon’s Vocal/Opera chart on August 27, 2013
Reached #1 on Amazon’s Hot New Release chart on August 27, 2013
Reached #9 on Billboard’s Traditional Classical Albums chart on September 5, 2013

May 2013 (electronic and CD) – Recording/Mix/Mastering Engineer – Seraphic Fire
Seraphic Fire – A collection of favorite repertoire celebrating 10 years of Seraphic Fire.
Released/distributed by NAXOS International
Featured as an iTunes “New and Noteworthy” album on May 11, 2013
Top ten (#10) on the iTunes Classical Albums chart on May 8, 2013

November 2012 (electronic and CD) – Recording/Mix/Mastering Engineer – Seraphic Fire
Silent Night – A collection of a cappella Christmas songs performed by Seraphic Fire.
Top ten (#9) on the iTunes Classical Albums chart on December 4, 2012

August 2011 (electronic and CD) – Audio Engineer – Seraphic Fire
Brahms – Ein Deutches Requiem Op. 45: Combined choirs of Seraphic Fire and the Professional Choral Institute. Recorded at the University of South Florida Concert Hall in Tampa, FL. Produced by GRAMMY®-winner Peter Rutenberg.
Highest-charting Classical debut on BILLBOARD’s Classical Traditional (#7) and All Classical (#25) charts during the week of September 4, 2011
Top ten (#4) on the iTunes Classical Albums chart on August 24, 2011

March 2011 (CD) – Recording Engineer- Musik Ekklesia
The Vanishing Nordic Chorale: Baroque period ensemble recordings including choir, soloists, orchestra (including traverse flute, larone, recorder, violone, gallichon, and viols), and a Richards, Fawkes and Co. tracker organ. Produced by GRAMMY®-winner Peter Rutenberg.

February 2011 (electronic and CD) – Recording/Mix/Mastering Engineer – Firebird Chamber Orchestra
The Brandenburg Project: A collection of Bach pieces including two Brandenburg concerti, an orchestral suite and a cantata. Recorded live in concert at All Saints Episcopal Church in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

December 2010 (electronic and CD) – Recording/Mix/Mastering Engineer – Seraphic Fire
A Seraphic Fire Christmas: A collection of a cappella Christmas songs performed by Seraphic Fire.
Top twenty (#12) on the iTunes Classical Albums chart on December 11, 2010