Daniel Ramos

Daniel R.

Long Beach, CA

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Daniel delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 5 to 20

Teaching since:

With 20 years experience behind the ivories and 7 years teaching experience, I strive to not only make my students pianists, but make them well-rounded musicians. I have experience teaching students from ages 5 - 19 years old both in the classroom, and 1 on 1.

Every student learns different, which is why I start everyone with the Faber book series, and decide a direction from there. Accommodating for the different learning styles is important no matter what one is learning.


Piano Teacher
Jan 2015 - Present
Sam Ash Music Stores


BM Music
Aug 2014 - Present
California State University, Long Beach


Fluent / Native Proficiency
Fluent / Native Proficiency


Bob Cole Scholarship
Aug 2014
Bob Cole Conservatory of Music
Louie Armstrong Music Award
Jul 2014


Motion Picture Sound Editors
Dec 2017

Founded in 1953, the MPSE is an organization dedicated to improving the recognition of its members by educating the public and the rest of the filmmaking community as to the artistic merit of sound editing. The efforts of our talented and hard-working members can be heard every hour of the day all over the world.

MPSE members are the artists who sculpt dramatic sound effects and invent new sounds for imaginary worlds. In addition to sound effects editors, members also include Foley editors who edit the specially created sound effects performed to the picture that are so frequently taken for granted as a natural part of the scene, including footsteps, key jingles, leather jacket squeaks and so on. Dialogue editors are the craftspeople who painstakingly smooth out the production sound recorded on location. ADR editors help to seamlessly weave the re-recorded dialogue that replaces problematic tracks. Music editors work with composers and music supervisors to spot cues and stitch together a sonic tapestry from the original score and prerecorded music from various sources.

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International Game Developers Association
Oct 2017

As an international organization, the IGDA is a U.S.-based 501(c)6 non-profit professional association that exists as a global network of collaborative projects and communities comprised of individuals from all fields of game development - from programmers and producers to writers, artists, QA and localization. We bring together developers at key industry conferences, in over 90 Chapters and in Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to improve their lives and their craft. We advocate on behalf of our membership to ensure quality of life, perpetuation of our craft and preparing the next generation of developers.Whether you're a student with a goal to become a game developer or a seasoned veteran, regardless if you're based in the U.S. or any country/region in the world, whether you're an indie developer or in a AAA studio, whether your primary platform is a PC, console or a tabletop - we welcome you home to the IGDA!

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