Graham Spice, Assistant Professor of Music Production and Recording Technology, joined the faculty at Shenandoah University in 2018. He brings years of experience as both a music technologist and a musician.
Professor Spice teaches classes across a range of topics including the music industry, music production, live sound, Electronic Dance Music (EDM), sound design, remote recording, studio design and acoustics and also has years of experience directing contemporary music ensembles. Spice is certified as an Ableton Certified Trainer and an Avid Certified Instructor for Pro Tools, and is also a Sonnox Certified Instructor.
As a producer and engineer, Graham Spice has worked with world-class artists like Keith Urban, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Bela Fleck, Victor Wooten, Jeff Coffin, Jimmy Herring, Scotty Moore, John Medeski, Jack Dangers, Lettuce, Marvin Stamm, and Trey Anastasio along with legendary engineers like Denny Purcell and Richard Dodd.
Professor Spice is a member of the Audio Engineering Society, Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association, Technology for Music Education, and the College Music Society.
He can regularly be found producing and recording area artists as well as performing with various groups playing guitar, piano and/or computer. Audition samples of music and life at this website.