Grammy Winner Talks Music at NECC
This event, which is free and open to the public, will explore the mechanics of music mastering from a leader in the field. Music mastering is the final creative step in transforming a recording into a record.
Ayan, who grew-up in Malden and Windham, NH, graduated from Pinkerton Academy (Derry, NH). He is also a graduate of UMass Lowell’s Sound Recording Technology (SRT) Program. He works as a mastering engineer at Gateway Mastering Studios in Portland, Maine, where he has collected more than 90 gold, platinum, and multi-platinum albums.
“Mastering is all about bringing my clients’ music to its fullest sonic potential, and always respecting their artistic vision,” Ayan says. “I have been in the fortunate position of mastering recordings across many musical genres, maintaining the same philosophy of crafting my clients’ recordings to best serve their musical message. Be it rock, pop, metal, country or jazz, the concept is always the same: master to best convey my clients’ recordings to the listener.”
“Ayan is one of the most celebrated music professionals who most people have never heard of,” according to Lecuyer. “Rock legends and country crooners alike trust him to make the final adjustments to their recordings when cutting an album.”
For additional information on this event contact NECC music instructor Michael Lecuyer at email@example.com Northern Essex offers a certificate in music technology and an associate’s in general studies: music.
For additional information on the music certificate or degree programs visit www.necc.mass.edu