Faculty Spotlight: Jesse Naus
JESSE NAUS (B.M. Music Technology, 2006), is the owner, head engineer, and producer at Red Caiman Studios in Downtown Pittsburgh. He has recently completed the mastering of a new album by another Mary Pappert School of Music alumnus, Anthony Rankin (B.M. Music Technology, 2008). Dubbed The Love Elektrik, the album was released in late October 2017.
Naus was trained on piano, drums, and saxophone from an early age. While never losing his love of playing, his focus shifted to sound engineering in 2001. After receiving his B.M. in Music Technology (Sound Recording) from the Mary Pappert School of Music, he started his professional career working with Digital Dynamics Audio, Inc. In 2007, he purchased the company from its original owners and turned it into Red Caiman. In addition to his business, Naus is an Adjunct Professor of Music Technology at Duquesne University and Adjunct Professor of Business in the SAEM at Point Park University.
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