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US: MDIA Masterclass Series: Brooklyn with Joel Hamilton

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Application Deadline

Program Type

  • OHIO Credit

Academic Focus

  • Communication, Journalism, and Media

Program Feature

  • Internship


  • United States

Program Term

  • Winter Break

For more information:

Josh Antonuccio
Program Director

Alexis Voisard
Program Coordinator, Office of Global Opportunities

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This exclusive class offers the opportunity for Ohio University students to work side-by-side with a notable music producer, allowing them to serve in an apprenticeship role as a team during recording and mixing sessions. 

Joel Hamilton, a Brooklyn-based record producer, engineer, and musician, is the co-owner of Studio G Brooklyn. He boasts Grammy and Latin Grammy nominations, and has showcased his talents on acclaimed projects like Highly Suspect's Grammy-nominated "Mister Asylum" and "The Boy Who Died Wolf." Hamilton's collaboration highlights include working alongside Rick Rubin and Paul McCartney for the Emmy-nominated “McCartney 3-2-1”, Mixing with Danny Elfman, engineering for Bomba Estereo's Latin Grammy-nominated “Elegancia Tropical,” and producing for artists ranging from The Black Keys to Tom Waits. A multi-instrumentalist, Joel is also part of the band Book of Knots and has contributed to soundtracks, such as the film “Charlie, Victor, Romeo” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2013.

This program is managed by the Scripps College of Communication and details about upcoming iterations can be found: 

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*School of Media Arts & Studies students may apply for an internal scholarship through the  Ralph J. Bitzer MDIA Opportunities Scholarship.