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AES Member Profile
Steven Van Dyne
- 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
- Production Sound Mixer/Sound Recordist
- Recording Engineer
- Re-Recording Mixer
- Sound Designer
Steven Van Dyne is a Senior at Ohio University's Media Arts & Studies school studying Audio Production. 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.
As a student at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, he enjoys immersing himself in audio projects and jobs all the time. He runs his own mobile 16 channel multitrack recording studio, and focuses on Ohio based artists' music and classical music. He also holds two jobs there, as the head recording engineer of the OU School of Music and the assistant maintenance and equipment supervisor of the Scripps College of Communication.
Steven is also driven to help his fellow students better themselves in their audio careers, and often invites underclassmen to assist him on his own projects. "Giving back" is important to him, because like many audio engineers, he also learned a great deal from his more-experienced peers.
Besides doing audio work, Steven also enjoys his dog, going to concerts, good food, science fiction movies, and playing guitar in his ska/punk/rock band the Nuddhist Monks.
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