AES New York 2019 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Berklee College of Music - Los Angeles, CA, USA
AES Member Type: Member
John Whynot's first major feature-film score mixing credit was "The Last of the Mohicans", which won the 1993 Academy Award for sound. He has since mixed and programmed dozens of feature film scores, including Austin Powers I and II, Ronin, Stigmata, The Breadwinner, 3Below and The Addams Family
His award-winning career as a producer/engineer includes projects with Dave Matthews, Lucinda Williams, Blue Rodeo, Kathleen Edwards, Loreena McKennitt and Colin James
A multi-instrumentalist, he has appeared on stage or television with Bruce Cockburn, The Band, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson, Doug Sahm, Amos Garrett, Kathleen Edwards, Carole Pope, Corey Hart, Blackie & the Rodeo Kings
In 2014, John accepted an offer to become an Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music in its vaunted Music Production and Engineering Department. At Berklee, he initiated and wrote the curriculum for a Minor in Audio Post-Production. He has also authored courses for Berklee Online in their graduate programs in Music Production and Film Scoring.
With an active career on two coasts, John continues to accrue air-miles working both at Berklee in Boston and on film music in Los Angeles.
More Info: http://www.johnwhynot.com
AC01: The Portable Score Mix: Cinematic Scores on an Episodic Budget (Presenter)