Teaching Associate Professor
Mr. Schulze has served as a consultant to research scientists at AT&T (Bell Labs) in Florham Park, NJ, where he was involved in testing and implementation of the AAC (advanced audio codec) audio coding system. During this project he directed experimental live surround recordings of The Cleveland Orchestra at Severance Hall and various artists at Woodstock ’99. He is also a published author of numerous instructional and humorous articles in Recording magazine. From 1989 to 2003 he directed the Audio Services department and taught audio production at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Current projects include jazz and popular music recordings by artists from New York and Denver, production of instructional videos, and the development of interactive instructional software.
- BM, Music, The University of Illinois, 1988