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The past year I’ve been working more than full time for HB. On the side I teach piano, and also do more installations. In addition I perform at gigs very often.
I’ve worked on installations throughout the northeast. Clients include: Mass Mutual, Liberty Mutual, Harvard, Boston University, Vertex Pharm, TD Garden, Northeastern University TJX, Augusta, ME Law, Larcom theatre, Waltham Cable Access, Mansfield Cable Access.
I am currently working as a Videoconference Engineer at Partners Healthcare supporting telemedicine and distance education projects on a national and international level.
Before I started working at this job I worked for several years performing audiovisual setup and support for corporate and social events.
Manager/bandleader/saxophonist/singer in The Party Band, a 20 person brass and drum collective.
Saxophonist in jazz groups Evidence, President Soup, and Pocket Money Orchestra.
Drummer in rock group The Hallways.
Guitar Pedagogy instructor at UML.
Assistant Music Director at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell.
Private saxophone/guitar instructor.
Producer, promoter, graphic designer at Nice Bass Productions.
Music Director on Lowell public access TV show LTC Sessions.
Produced city-wide community music project Lowell & Behold 2008-2010.
Currently produce seasonal jazz extravaganzas Pure Cosmic Bop 2013-2014.
I split my time between working at THAT Corporation/dbx-tv on television & consumer electronics audio enhancement technology, playing the drums in an ever-changing list of extremely loud bands, and teaching Audio Theory/Acoustics courses at Bay State College and the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts.
Outside of the professional endeavors, I’m a budding digital photographer and videographer, aspiring bassist, and an outdoor recreation enthusiast.
I balance my time between freelancing and running SP Sound and Production with fellow 2008 alumn Katie Davidson.
Our company is small, but we support a wide variety of events and shows. As such, we not only have a small collection of live sound equipment, but we have also gotten into theatrical lighting and live video (cameras and switching equipment). We support corporate events, local music festivals, and school drama and musical competitions, to name a few examples.
As a freelance engineer, I do a lot of work in the corporate A/V world. This has given me the opportunity to travel all around New England, and in the past few years, the country. Through this work, I have learned most of what I know about lighting and video. During the summer, corporate work typically slows down tremendously, so I spend a lot of time supporting music tours at fairs and festivals around New England.
After graduating, I completed an internship at a post-production studio in Burbank, CA. There I learned that this wasn’t really the direction I wanted to go in. I am now living in MA and working as an AV tech. I enjoy the more active, hands-on type work involved in installs, and am starting to get into some programming as well.
I have worked in lots of schools including Harvard and MIT, as well as several office buildings and a few hospitals. The biggest project I’ve done so far was an install at a newly constructed office building for Keurig in Burlington, MA. The building has 6 floors with roughly 75 conference rooms, 10 video conference rooms, a cafeteria that doubled as an auditorium and even a gym that had TVs, sound systems, a projector and cable hookups for exercise equipment. This project took about 3 months to complete.
Since 2010 I’ve been at M-Works Mastering in Cambridge, MA. Aside from that I’ve produced and mixed a few projects. Also, more recently I’ve been doing live sound and A/V around Boston. When I’m not doing all of that I’m probably fixing someone’s computer.
I’ve been lucky to work often with several UML alumni mastering their mixes!
In 2011 I did an archival project for Rounder Records and Alison Krauss at M-Works in which we transferred and programmed metadata for nearly every tape, analog and digital, in every stage of production (multitrack, mix down and mastering) of her albums from 1986 to 2004.
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
Alyssa is the chief engineer and an audio producer at AudioLink in Watertown, MA, a voice over studio. She also owns her own business called Alyssa Dumas Recording, specializing in stereo recordings for recitals, concerts, and auditions for students. She also still plays flute with the New England Flute Orchestra.
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!