AES New York 2017 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Purdue School Of Engineering and Technology, IUPUI - Indianapolis, IN, USA
Dr. Bielmeier is an Assistant Professor in Music and Arts Technology, at the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology - IUPUI with a doctorate in education and a decade of experience teaching music, audio engineering, and music technology at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Dr. Bielmeier was formerly a freelance engineer in Nashville, TN and has fifteen years proven success as a studio and live sound engineer. Dr. Bielmeier's live sound work has included working at the Kennedy Center, in Washington D.C., and sound for Vice President Joe Biden. Currently, Dr. Bielmeier is the designer and studio manager of the C.L.E.A.R. Lab recording studio at the Purdue School of Engineering Technology.
Dr. Bielmeier’s papers on audio education, circular design, and music proficiency in media programs have been published internationally in the Audio Engineering Society Journal, The Art of Record Production Journal, and the Journal for Media Education. As a researcher, Dr. Bielmeier strives to understand what skills and competencies aspiring engineers need to develop to be successful in the audio industry. Dr. Bielmeier explores the relationship between audio education and industry, DIY circuit building for self-directed instructional methods, and high resolution/multichannel recording via the internet.
Dr. Bielmeier is also an Experimental Electronic composer of fixed electronic, live instrument and video compositions performed internationally. His musical output is published on Ravello Records, including his August 2017 release, “Betty and The Sensory World.”
More Info: http://www.DougBielmeier.com/
P02: Audio Education
Audio Education: Audio Recording Production Students Report Skills Learned or Focused on in Their Programs (Author)