The University of Saint Francis has named Miles Fulwider the new director of its Music Technology program.
A producer and audio engineer, Fulwider holds a master’s degree in music – music technology from the Steinhardt School at New York University, including the completion of the Stephen F. Temmer Tonmeister studies sequence in the Master of Music Technology program at NYU.
Fulwider has produced and engineered for many GRAMMY® and Emmy Award-winning artists and produced/engineered several chart-topping albums. His credits include: Wynton Marsalis, Willie Nelson, Norah Jones, Chick Corea, Joe Locke, Grinder Blues, dUg Pinnick (King’s X), the Bihlman Brothers, Jon Batiste & Stay Human, Rob Mathes, Joe Bonadio, Hamilton de Holanda, Lawrence Brownlee, Damien Sneed, The Lincoln Symphony Orchestra, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and XM/Sirius Satellite Radio.
His work also includes several film scores including those he has done for American documentary filmmaker Ken Burns. He is also a professional musician, having toured extensively both nationally and internationally.
Fulwider will be based in the new USF Music Technology Center located at USF Downtown, 431 W. Berry Street.
“This is an exciting moment for me as I get to bring my love of music to these students,” Fulwider said. “I am also thrilled to be working in this beautiful new facility which has truly been built with musicians and engineers in mind.”