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Steven Van Dyne

Steven Van Dyne

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Audio Fields:

  • Recording Industry - Music Recording/Mix Studio
  • Recording Industry - Home/Project Studio
  • Recording Industry - Post Production
  • Recording Industry - Archiving/Restoration
  • Recording Industry - Film/Video Sound
  • Recording Industry - Location Sound Recording
  • Libraries, Governments, Cultural Institutions - Archive/Restoration
  • Educational Institutions - Student

Job Duties:

  • Student
  • Engineer
  • Mixer
  • Producer
  • Production Sound Mixer/Sound Recordist
  • Recording Engineer
  • Re-Recording Mixer
  • Sound Designer

About

Steven Van Dyne is a graduate of Ohio University's Honors Tutorial College, having focused on classical music production. There he wrote an undergraduate thesis under his adviser Kyle P. Snyder (Co-Chair, AES Membership Committee) on the subject of classical location recording.

He found a passion for all things audio at a young age. He loved creating and playing music, constantly tinkered with music and recording gear growing up, and has sought to improve his craft since.

He is currently committed to be an audio engineer for the United States Navy Band. Starting in the Fall of 2015 he will join the U.S. Navy as a Musician First Class, move to Washington D.C., and be assigned as the head engineer for one of the Navy's premiere bands. He will get to work in the exact field he has dreamed of working, and have the time and energy left over to continue serving the AES for years to come.

Besides doing audio work, Steven also enjoys his dog, going to concerts, good food, science fiction, and playing guitar for long hours when life allows for some free time.


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