B.A. – Mathematics with honors, Trinity University
B.S. – Electrical Engineering with honors, University of Texas, Austin
M.S. – Electrical Engineering with honors,University of Texas, Austin
Mr. Perron has been recording engineer in thousands of music projects – albums, singles, music for advertising, etc. He has received Gold and Platimum Record awards for music he engineered and mixed. Some of his projects:
Michael W. Smith
Flaco Jimenez (Grammy)
Nicole C. Mullen
Cullen Offer (Grammy nom)
David Kauffman (Aurora Award)
Campanas De America
Marius is a musician and has played in musical groups for over fifteen years. He has real experience as a teacher: he was College Instructor in Mathematics for 4 years at the University of Texas in Austin. Mr. Perron is author of the book Proper Monitoring In The Recording Studio. He is the inventor and holds the patent for the "Russian Dragon" recording studio timing accuracy meter. Marius is a voting member for the Grammys. He is a member of the Recording Academy of the Grammy Association and the Audio Engineering Society.
Richard Landgrebe is the owner and operator of RL Audio in La Vernia, Texas. He has a passion for both the art of audio engineering and teaching. His teaching style is focused around hands-on experience, and is filled with analogies and demonstrations. He enjoy bringing simplicity to complex operations and instills the same passion for audio engineering in his students.
Richard has over 30 years experience as an electrician, engineering technician, trainer and supervisor with CPS Energy. Richard now has 40 plus years experience in the audio engineering career. A retired musician and a past student music director, he has surrounded himself by sound for most of his life. His interest in audio engineering began as a hobby, but as his passion for the physics of audio have grown, it has become his present career path.
Damian Rodriguez has played music for over twenty years and recorded it for ten. Damian was Chief Staff Engineer at ZAZ Recording Complex for four years. In that time over 75 albums were recorded, mixed, and mastered.
Working with notable international recording artists, a gold record, Tejano Music Award (TTMA), and Grammy nomination were garnered. Now a freelance engineer, Damian has worked on all things audio including film-scoring, ADR, Foley, Radio, TV, and genres from Jazz to Regional Mexican music.
Check out Damian to mix your next record at DamianAudio.com
Music Theory Instructor
Rob Clark is the worship leader at Community Bible Church in Boerne, TX, where he has applied his knowledge as an AEI graduate to a real world situation.
He has been playing the guitar for over twenty years.
Rob's interest the technical side of music came naturally after spending time on the road and in various studios as a musician.
Marcy Grace is the administrative assistant at AEI. She is also a singer/songwriter from San Antonio, TX. Marcy released her debut album, Fireworks, April 2014. She has received praise from MySA music journalist Hector Saldana. She is currently a student at the University of the Incarnate Word working on her bachelor's degree.