Apr 15, 2018
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Gannon Kashiwa truly does have a 'beginning story' for people interested in digital audio. From working with early copies of Sound Designer through the move from analog to digital in his mainstream recording studio, Gannon has been on the bleeding edge of recording technology. Moving from recording to technology was a natural thing for him - as his work at Avid/Digidesign and Universal Audio make clear.
His work on software and hardware design, as well as his engagement with the user community, have been a large part of his impact on the work we all do, and his dedication to detail (like the work on control surfaces for Pro Tools) points to his love of recording. He is well-known in the Denver area for his work with the local Natural History Museum as well as recording and mastering work for many local, regional and even national groups.
Enjoy this chat with Gannon!