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Gabe Herman

860-768-5317

gherman@hartford.edu


Gabe Herman is a Musician, Audio Engineer, Composer and Educator based in Boston, MA. To date, he has engineered and produced numerous groups in a variety of genres ranging from classical string quartets to modern rock to contemporary world beat music. His work has been featured by radio programs such as NPR's "Fresh Air" and ABC (Australian Public Radio), broadcasted live on national television (NBC and MTV), and has garnered outstanding reviews by critics in the New York Times. His film scores and sound design work have premiered and won awards at over 21 film festivals across the globe, including The Black Mariah Film Festival, The Rhode Island International Film Festival, ION International, and DragonCon. Gabe is heavily involved with the local music scene in Boston and is a professional member of AES (Audio Engineering Society). He owns and operates his recording space at JamSpot in Somerville, MA where he has worked with a myriad of professional music artists, including Bill Kreutzmann (the Greatful Dead), Mike Gordon (Phish), G-Love, JoJo, Jon Medeski, Bob "Ra-Kalam" Moses, John Lockwood, Tisziji Munoz and Walter Beasley, as well as counteless local, regional and international acts. Gabe began teaching at The Hartt School in 2005 as an adjunct faculty member in the Music Production and Technology department, where he now serves as Assistant Director. In addition, Gabe also teaches classes in the Music Management and Performing Arts Management Division.