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Member Profile: Alvin Onyewuenyi, In the Studio

Alvin Onyewuenyi sitting at control station in DMC Audio Studio

  Alvin Onyewuenyi (Public Health ’14) is a frequent user of the DMC audio studio, and our resident expert when it comes to audio gear and music production. In this video, Alvin shares some thoughts about his time at the DMC and how he develops his beat-making and rapping alongside the

Jesse Stiles’ Automatic Cloudbuster Room

Automatic Cloudbuster Room poster

On Fri Apr 18, 2014, electronic artist and musician Jesse Stiles transformed Mattin Center’s Jones 101 room into a high-tech hall of mirrors with is interactive video and sound installation entitled Automatic Cloudbuster Room, presented by the JHU Digital Media Center. Stiles designed and conceived of Automatic Cloudbuster Room specifically

Stephanie Smith Animations

Frame from a Stephanie Smith animation of two line drawing figures look down

Stephanie Smith is entering graduate school in the fall at the University of Washington, studying biological sciences, specifically mammalian paleontology. She graduated from Johns Hopkins with a B.A. in biology in May, and worked at the Digital Media Center for four years. Mostly, though, she just likes to draw pictures

I See The Light (From Tangled)

Singers Josh Temple and Meera Valliath sing "I See the Light" in the DMC recording studio

    Josh Temple and Meera Valliath recorded a cover of I See the Light (from the movie Tangled). Josh engineered the recording in the DMC’s audio studio.

JHU Sirens – Secrets/Halo Mashup

Group photo of the JHU Sirens a cappella group

The Sirens are an all-female a cappella group at JHU. They recorded and mixed a studio version of their mashup of Secrets by OneRepublic and Halo by Beyonce in spring 2012 at the DMC. Arrangers: Heather Merchut ’13 and Brittany Tusing ’13 Soloists: Jessica DeBakey ’13 (Secrets) and Paulina Valderrabano

Blue Jay Takeaway on WJHU

Poster for Blue Jay Takeaway on WJHU program

The Blue Jay Take-Away on WJHU “operates under the philosophy that a lot of great music is being created here in the Johns Hopkins community– so why not show it off with the beautiful Homewood campus as the backdrop?” This group of students is documenting music being made on campus,

Intro to Computer Music

Student editing music on a computer

  An Arts Innovation Grant funded this Intro to Computer Music Class, run in the fall of 2011. Taught by Dr. Mark Lackey under the Peabody at Homewood department, the DMC hosted labs for the course. Students learned about the history and aesthetics of computer music and had creative assignments