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educator , music and film producer

Wayne Nathan Wadhams, music and film producer, educator. Grantee National Endowment for Arts, 1975-1978, Massachusetts Council on Arts, 1975; recipient Best Short Animated Film award United States Information Agency Film Festival, 1969, Training and Enterprise Council award for Berklee College Music Production and Engineering Department Mix magazine, 1985-1987, Outstanding Reference Work award New York Public Library., 1991.

Background

Wadhams, Wayne Nathan was born on November 12, 1946 in Stamford, Connecticut, United States. Son of Nathan Jackson and Jennie A. (Burriesce) Wadhams.

Education

Bachelor in English and Art, Dartmouth College, 1969.

Career

Leader, The Fifth Estate recording group, New York City, 1964-1970;owner, producer, director, Film Associations, Boston, since 1970;studio/curriculum designer, Berklee College Music, Boston, 1982-1985;professor music production, Berklee College Music, Boston, since 1983;founder, Boston Skyline Records, since 1991. Co-founder, teacher Orson Welles Film School, Boston, 1970-1974. Freelance producer for various record labels, Boston and New York, since 1975.

Owner Studio-B Inc. Recording Studio, Boston, 1973-1982. Guest lecturer and consultant on music and film various colleges, since 1974. Music awards panelist Massachusetts Council on Arts, Boston, 1976-1977.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Writer, producer freelance commercial music, 1967-1972. Author: (reference) Dictionary of Music Production and Engineering Technology, 1987, SOUND ADVICE: The Musician's Guide to the Recording Studio and to the Record Industry, 3 vols., 1989-1990.

      Contributor articles to professional journals. Location sound, mix engineer films including Return of the Secaucus Seven.

Membership

Member Audio Engineering Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: bicycling, readings in physics and philosophy.

Connections

father:
Nathan Jackson Wadhams

mother:
Jennie A. (Burriesce) Wadhams