- Teaches students:
- Ages 13+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- May 2012
Hi potential students!
My name is Gregory Dillon and I am a singer/songwriter, producer, and engineer who wants to help pass on my knowledge of writing and recording in a home studio setting. I feel I can offer a great deal to a student seeking mentorship with the many technical yet creative elements of music production.
I strongly believe in educating the “whole” musician in a systematic, slow, and organized manner. Working through computer software, music theory, and creative writing exercises you will gain artistic confidence to bring your songs from start to finish for release.
Self-expression and songwriting can be accompanied by a variety of blocks and inhibiting fears, so it is wonderful to explore, discover, and experiment within an accepting and safe environment.
I'd be glad to hear from you!
Facilitated recording sessions, and produced musical soundtracks for various artists.
Created and developed quality media including mixing to picture, recording voice overs, sound design, and scoring for film.
Growing department currently comprises of Dance, Theatre, Art, and Music Appreciation.
Nurture children to become independent learners, creative thinkers, and confident artists. Organize weekly lesson plans syncing to long term classroom goals. Proactively collaborated in teacher projects to foster new forms of learning.
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