Graham Spice is the audio engineer for the Department of Music at Washington & Lee University, where he specializes in music technology. As an instructor, Spice teaches courses covering music technology, production, EDM, and music business.
- United States, Lexington, VA
He received an undergraduate degree in Commercial Music from Belmont University and a Masters in Music Technology from IUPUI. Graham is certified both as an Ableton Trainer, and as an Avid Certified Instructor.
Graham directs the Electronic Music Ensemble (EME) at Washington & Lee. The group uses modern tools like Max for Live, virtual instruments, iPads, OSC, DMX lighting, and video projection to perform arrangements of popular songs in the EDM genre.
Graham has worked with some of the greatest artists of our time including Béla Fleck & the Flecktones, Jack Dangers (MBM), The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Scotty Moore (Elvis), The Aquarium Rescue Unit, and The Carter Family. His background as a performer and engineer provides a unique perspective for DJs, musicians, composers, and artists alike.
Graham Spice is available for one-on-one lessons, group classes, and guest lectures in person or online. He also has experience with tour pre-production and technology integration.
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