Job Title: Recording Engineer
Company: Efferent Productions
Member since: 2017
Primary Section: Boston
Luke Damrosch is a sound engineer based in Boston, Massachusetts. Beginning at a young age with lessons in classical piano and drum-set, he later gravitated towards improvised music and music composition, studying in New York City at the New School for Jazz & Contemporary Music, and graduating with a B.F.A. in 2009. His instructors there included drummers Amir Ziv, Chico Hamilton, Gerry Hemingway, Andrew Cyrille, and Joe Chambers, composer Kirk Nurock, bassists Reggie Workman and Shahzad Ismaily, trumpeter/composer Jordan McLean, pianist Junior Mance, saxophonist George Garzone, and composer/historian Bill Kirchner.
While completing his undergraduate studies he became captivated by the art and science of sound engineering, and has dedicated himself to the field ever since, with a focus on recording acoustic music on-location. In addition to his projects under the auspices of Efferent Productions, he works as a sound engineer at Harvard University and for the Boston-based Non-Event concert series. He is a member of the Audio Engineering Society.
B.F.A. Jazz & Contemporary Music, New School University (2009)
Efferent Productions - Owner, Freelance Recording Engineer
Harvard University - Sound Engineer
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