Audio Engineering

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Brownlee, Scott; Audio Engineering Instructor

Brownlee, Scott; Audio Engineering Instructor Office: 15-213

Phone: (509) 533-3907

Email: Scott.Brownlee@sfcc.spokane.edu

Digital Audio I
Scott joined the music faculty at Spokane Falls Community College in 2012 and currently teaches digital audio classes for the Audio Engineering program. He is also a faculty member at the Loyola Marymount University Film School in Los Angeles, California, and taught at the UCLA Film School for 26 years.

Scott worked in recording studios and composed for two Emmy Award-winning Denver television series, Feed Forward and Echoes of Silver. The recording led to designing and building recording studios, and the composing led to Los Angeles where he enrolled in the Grove School of Music Composing and Arranging Program. He has done production, post-production, and rerecording work for Marvel, Hanna-Barbera, DIC, Saban, and Disney and composed for several multimedia productions, including Coors, Apple, and Bank of America. He pioneered digital recording for animation and worked on hundreds of episodes of shows including Aladdin, Goof Troop, Muppet Babies, G.I. Joe, Transformers, which culminated in an Emmy nomination for his work on The Little Mermaid.

Scott has also toured and appeared with several bands including Rufus Krisp, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Helen Reddy, Doug Kershaw, John Prine, Steve Goodman, Doc Watson, Earl Scruggs, Rick Nelson, and Linda Ronstadt.

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Gamberoni, Steve; Audio Engineering Instructor

Gamberoni, Steve; Audio Engineering Instructor Office: 15-222

Phone: (509) 533-3212

Email: Steve.Gamberoni@sfcc.spokane.edu

Audio Engineering
Steve has been the lead faculty member in the Audio Engineering program at Spokane Falls Community College since 2006. He was instrumental in designing the curriculum and setting up the college's new state-of-the-art digital audio lab and recording studio.

Steve graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh with a bachelor of music degree, majoring in Recording Arts and Sciences. His industry experience includes work at several large commercial recording studios, including Baker Sound in Philadelphia, and Sunset Sound and Bay 7 in Los Angeles. Steve has also done freelance audio engineering work for several record labels and entertainment companies including Geffen Records, Capital Records, Shangri-La Entertainment, and major artists including Usher, Ben Harper, Jerry Lee Lewis, Kid Rock, and Ivan Neville.

In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Steve also works on freelance recording and mixing projects.

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McCollim, Danny; Music and Audio Engineering Instructor

McCollim, Danny; Music and Audio Engineering Instructor Office: 15-221

Phone: (509) 533-3238

Email: Danny.McCollim@sfcc.spokane.edu

AUDIO117 Intro To Music Technology MUSC214 Contemporary Harmony II MUSC166 Functional Piano I Jazz Combo
Danny has been a member of the music faculty at Spokane Falls Community College since 1997. He played a key role in helping develop the Audio Engineering program and teaches classes in music technology, digital audio, MIDI arranging, functional piano, contemporary harmony, and film scoring. He also teaches private jazz piano at Gonzaga University and has served on the music faculty at Whitworth University and Eastern Washington University. Danny received his BA in music from Berklee College of Music in Boston and AAS in electronics engineering from Spokane Community College.

Danny has been composing, arranging, conducting, and recording music for local, regional, and national/international advertising since 1980. He has done ads for Honda International, The Gap, Spokane Public Radio, and Fox News Atlanta, Sacramento, and Phoenix. He is currently a contributing composer for Bing Bang Boom, a music library company specializing in music and sound design for film, television, advertising, and video games. Several of his musical works have been used in syndicated shows including Good Morning America, General Hospital, ABC Sports, Oprah, All My Children, and television movies.

As a performer, Danny has performed with jazz greats Michael Brecker, Freddie Hubbard, Ernie Watts, Richie Cole, and many others. He is very involved in Spokane's local music scene and has been a featured performer with the Spokane Symphony and the Jazz Violin Summit under Gunther Schuller. Danny currently tours with Peter Rivera, former lead singer/drummer for the Motown group "Rare Earth".

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Meyer, Pamela; Audio Engineering Instructor

Meyer, Pamela; Audio Engineering Instructor Office: 15-207

Phone: (509) 533-3741

Email: Pamela.Meyer@sfcc.spokane.edu

Live Sound 1 Live Sound 2 Audio Coop Ed Seminar
Ms. Meyer has been a member of the Spokane Falls Community College music faculty since 1993, and teaches live sound reinforcement and supervises the internship program for Audio Engineering students. She also provides audio support for music department concerts and college events.

Pam has worked in concert production and studio recording as an independent sound technician since 1992, and is recognized as one of the area's finest sound engineers. She has worked with national and local productions in venues throughout the area as a front-of-house engineer, monitor engineer, and systems engineer. She has also worked with the Spokane Symphony, Coeur d'Alene Symphony, the Festival at Sandpoint, George Relles Sound, Spokane Jazz Orchestra, and several area universities and high schools. She has also engineered for numerous national touring acts.

Pam was a member of the 560th Air Force Band (flute, piccolo, and saxophone) at Fairchild AFB for several years. She graduated with honors from Spokane Falls Community College and received an AA degree in general studies and an AAS in jazz studies.

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