Cultivating the Caymanian Music Industry: Recording and Mixing Engineer Portfolio
The motivation for this culminating experience project was the desire to develop and further the music industry in the Cayman Islands in conjunction with the author’s personal aspirations to further expand on their personal knowledge as a musician, producer and audio engineer. This culminating experience project consists of a recording and mixing portfolio, and the launch of a website and personal professional brand. The project required recording and mixing with different producers, artists, musicians and bands from different backgrounds and in different recording and acoustic environments, building connections and relationships with those people and creating new ideas for future projects. This project ultimately lays down the foundation for the authors long term business plan of opening a destination studio in the Cayman Islands. The project acts as a tribute to Charles Gregory, an iconic Caymanian musician, producer and audio engineer, and the author’s personal mentor who sadly passed away in September 2018.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Project Components: one project video, one reflection paper, one presentation, audio tracks (one ZIP file containing 8 .mp3 files), one megamix video.
Tibbetts, Jared. “Cultivating the Caymanian Music Industry: Recording and Mixing Engineer Portfolio.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2019. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/159.