Tag Archives: Faculty Bios – Sound Design for Visual Media

Jeff DesLauriers

Program Chair, Sound Design for Visual Media, Certifications A graduate of The Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences, Jeff DesLauriers acts as an instructor and program chair for IPR’s Sound Design for Visual Media program. He is an Avid-Certified Expert-Level Pro Tools Instructor, and has specializations in sound design, sound supervision, audio post production, field
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Tony Fischer

Instructor: Editing / Demo Reel Tony began his career as a film shooter for the Minnesota Vikings coaching staff, capturing game footage for the coaches to review and evaluate player performance. Through the contacts he made with the Vikings, he found the opportunity to move into the edit suite. He spent the early part of
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Bob Jenkins

Post-Production, Orchestration, Scoring, Music Theory Bob Jenkins has been a professional musician since he was 15 years old. His musical career includes performing as a trombonist, conducting orchestras on stage and in the recording studio and composing and arranging music for advertising, films and records. Bob played as principal trombone for Woody Herman, the Glenn
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Amanda Kirchner

Digital Video, Film History Growing up on a farm in southern Minnesota, Amanda developed two passions: astronomy and movies; she has been a science fiction geek since she was six. As an undergrad, she studied physics and astronomy, but was also involved in theater, mainly as a lighting designer. After graduating, she spent a year
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Tyson Taylor

Instructor, Sound Design Tyson Taylor is an audio engineering professional with a reputation for meticulously managing complex projects, often under deadline pressure. Having worked for Electronic Arts on video games such as “The Sims,” his forte includes sound for video and computer games. He’s also worked for the Utah Jazz as the team’s videographer. His
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