The School of Media Arts & Studies welcomes Beyonce mixing engineer Tony Maserati for an interactive Q&A session on Thursday 11/30 at 1:30PM. Maserati is widely-regarded as one of the preeminent mixing engineers in the music industry, having worked on scores of hit singles by some of the biggest artists in the music industry. He is a Grammy Award winning producer, mixer, and engineer whose work encompasses worldwide sales in excess of 100 million units. Maserati has worked with Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, James Brown, Lady Gaga, Notorious BIG, Sia, 2 Chainz, Black Eyed Peas, Jennifer Lopez, Puff Daddy, Tupac Shakur, and many others.
He won a Grammy Award for his work on Beyoncé’s No. 1 single “Crazy In Love,” a Latin Grammy Award for mixing Sérgio Mendes’ Timeless, and has additionally earned seven other Grammy nominations. Maserati has been credited with helping define the sound of New York hip-hop and R&B through his mixes and won widespread acclaim for his work on Beyonce’s album Lemonade. He co-founded Mirrorball Entertainment in 2011, a record label, music publishing, and production company.
“We are beyond thrilled to welcome a pioneer and a true trendsetter,” said Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies Lecturer Josh Antonuccio. “Tony Maserati has helped define the sound of the music industry’s biggest artists and our students will have the opportunity to learn first hand from his long-storied career.” For more information on Tony Maserati and his discography, visit http://tonymaserati.com
The live Q&A session will take place in RTVC 265. For more information, email Josh Antonuccio at email@example.com.