My name is Brian Sheil. I'm an Irish music producer/mixer/engineer.
I work primarily from my own recording/mixing studio, Brytestar Studios, in my hometown of Carlow in Ireland.
I am also the House Sound/Recording Engineer and Show Theatre Technician at VISUAL, Centre for Contemporary Art and The George Bernard Shaw Theatre, Carlow, Ireland.
I recently graduated top of my degree year with a 1.1 First Class B.A. Honours Degree in Music Production from University of Central Lancashire / Pulse College. More recently, I graduated with Distinction in a Diploma in Strategic Business Management & Leadership from the Institute of Business and Technology, Dublin, Ireland.
In 2012, I produced and created a short documentary that I completed as part of my thesis at University entitled, ''Blast From The Popular Past''. It is a major project based upon revisiting old production and recording techniques in today's world. More information on this thesis can be found here: http://blastfromthepopularpast.com/Home.html and you can watch the documentary on YouTube here:
I hope I can get a place on this amazing 6-week programme, receive more training from the best in the business but also develop my skills even further as a engineer/producer from a development and direction point of view - it would mean so much to me.
Thank you so much, ISINA.
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