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Due to the potential of flooding, cars were to be moved from low-lying areas of lots C, D, E, F, and N-lot extension (as shown in pink on this map) by 11:59 p.m. Monday night. Cars should now be located in other locations on higher ground in these lots or in lot M (behind the Sports Center). If you need assistance, please contact Public Safety at 860.768.7985. Vehicles must be returned to assigned lots by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 27.

Gabriel Herman

Assistant Professor of Music Production and Technology

Music Production and Technology

The Hartt School
860.768.5317 F 330C
Education

BFA, Savannah College of Art and Design


Gabe Herman is a music producer, audio engineer, sound designer and educator.

Gabe has engineered and produced numerous music recordings in a variety of genres spanning from classical ensembles to modern rock, contemporary world beat music, jazz, blues, R&B and more on just about every form of media outlet. He owns and operates AudioGabriel, a production company that focuses on creative, new works with notable local, regional and internationally recognized performing artists from around the world. His film scores, audio post, and sound design work have premiered and won awards at over 21 film festivals and he has also mixed and designed sound for a number of original programming series for NBC, VS, the Outdoor Channel and MTV as well as other prominent media outlets.

As Assistant Professor of Music Industry at The Hartt School, Gabe teaches classes in both the Music Production & Technology program as well as in the Music & Performing Arts Management. In his classes, students learn how to translate their passion for the music industry into important skills necessary for vibrant careers in the entertainment industry.

Gabe is a full, professional member of the Audio Engineering Society where he serves as a Regional Vice President for the Eastern US and Canada as well as Co-Chair of the AES Education Committee, representing all audio education programs throughout the world.