Working in the Music Industry presented by Eric Morgeson

The Audio Engineering Society Student Section @ the University of Michigan is excited to present a lecture on what it takes to be a professional in the music and recording industries.
The lecture will be given by engineer, composer, and producer Eric Morgeson and R&B singer, songwriter, and producer KEM, both of Detroit.
Eric’s credits include work on multiple gold and platinum records and with artists Beyonce and Aretha Franklin; KEM’s credits include three gold records and two grammy nominations.
R&B singer, songwriter, and producer KEM

R&B singer, songwriter, and producer KEM

Jeff Vautin: Summer Internship Experience with Shure

Jeff Vautin is currently a fourth-year student at the University of Michigan, studying Sound Engineering and Electrical Engineering. He recently completed an internship with Shure, Inc. working in their analog circuitry group.

In addition to hearing Jeff talk about his internship experience, representatives from Shure were here to speak with students about upcoming internships and jobs with Shure and answer questions about applying to and working for the company. Shure also hosted a pizza party after the talk.