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Josh Antonuccio

Lecturer, Music Production and Recording Industry

Faculty Advisor: Brick City, WIMI: Women In Music Industry

Schoonover Center 306
740-566-7030
antonucn@ohio.edu

Twitter: @joshantonuccio

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Areas of Expertise

  • Music production, mixing, and multi-track recording
  • Music business, technology, and the emerging music industry
  • Sound design for moving image
  • Culture and history of trends in music

Bio

Josh Antonuccio has spent the last two decades as a music producer, musician, studio owner, and media journalist. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, he is the owner and operator of 3 Elliott Studio, a thriving music and post-production studio in Athens, Ohio. Josh previously held the position of Coordinating Instructor in the Music Business and Production Program at Hocking College, where he established an innovative media curriculum and supervised the expansion of experience-based music industry education.

Josh has worked as a producer and engineer with a multitude of independent and signed artists. With an abundance of music and film credits to his name, his releases have been featured in various films, commercials, and TV shows, as well as news outlets including NPR, Paste Magazine, Pitchfork, VH1, MTV, The Onion, Stereogum, and Magnet Magazine. He has been a member/producer of two highly successful bands that courted signing deals with independent labels, respectively with French Kiss Records and Misra/Absolutely Kosher.

Josh contributes music and media industry stories for PopMatters and has had his work featured in Fast Company Magazine, McClatchey News Service, Tape Op Magazine, The Journal of the Art of Record Production, Craftsmen Radio, and VH1.  He is a frequent contributor to the regional NPR-affiliate, WOUB, providing coverage for national and regional music stories and interviewing national music figures.  Most recently he began an interview series entitled "The Gladden House Sessions", a partnership with The Nelsonville Music Festival and WOUB, which allows students to produce live interview and performance sessions during one of the largest music festivals in southern Ohio.

Josh oversees the Ohio University South by Southwest experience trip, a class that brings Ohio University students to the largest media industry gathering in the country during the three-week conference in Austin,TX. Learning firsthand from those shaping today's music industry, students gain unparalleled insight from career professionals and network with people from all areas of the music industry.

Josh is the faculty advisor to Brick City, the student-run record label in the School of Media Arts and Studies, as well as WIMI (Women in Music Industry), a student organization that provides networking and mentorship opportunities for female OU students pursuing careers in the music business.  He started and currently leads the Scripps Visiting Artist Series, which brings nationally recognized music and media industry professionals to Ohio University for discussions on their career stories.

Josh is a Grammy-Voting member of NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences), an ASCAP-affiliated songwriter (winning a new songwriters award in 2001), and a member of AES (Audio Engineering Society). Josh also serves on the advisory board for Groove U, a revolutionary 2-year music industry school in Columbus, OH.

His specialty in teaching includes introductory, intermediate, and advanced studio classes in ProTools and Logic; core classes on the business of music; revenue streams of the emerging music industry; and sound design for digital entertainment.

Antonuccio Select Discography

3 Elliott Studio

Business Remixed Interview Feature

Education

BS, Telecommunications, Ohio University
M.Ed. Instruction in Technology and Computer Education, Ohio University (in progress)