This semester, the Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies is beginning a short series to celebrate our newest faculty members. This week, we continue by featuring Josh Antonuccio.
Josh Antonuccio is joining the School of Media Arts & Studies as a Lecturer of Music Production and Recording Industry who has spent the last two decades as a music producer, musician, studio owner, and media journalist. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, he is the current owner and operator of 3 Elliott Studio, a thriving music and post-production studio in Athens, Ohio. Since 2009, Josh held the position of Coordinating Instructor in the Music Business and Production Program at Hocking College, where he established an innovative 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, and Magnet Magazine. He has also 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. We're looking forward to having him as part of the Music Production and Recording Industry Team!
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