Josh Antonuccio has spent the last two decades as a music producer, musician, audio specialist, studio owner, and media journalist. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, he is the owner and operator of 3 Elliott Studio, a thriving music and post-production studio in Athens, Ohio.
Josh has worked as a producer, member, and/or engineer with a multitude of signed and independent artists and has worked on sound design for both short and feature-length films. With an abundance of both music and film credits to his name, his releases have been featured in various films, commercials, and TV shows, as well as news outlets including Pitchfork, NPR, Paste Magazine, VH1, MTV, The Onion/AV Club, Stereogum, and Magnet Magazine.
Josh has contributed music and media industry stories for national and regional music stories and regularly interviews national music and media figures. He is the producer and host of "The Gladden House Sessions", a partnership with the Nelsonville Music Festival and WOUB Public Media which has grown to become a widely popular streaming music series.
Josh Antonuccio oversees the Ohio University South by Southwest experience and coordinates the MDIA Music Production Master Class, an exclusive opportunity which provides a one-week apprenticeship for music production students with Jim Eno, producer and drummer of the iconic band Spoon at his studio Public Hi-Fi in Austin, Texas.
Josh is the host of the Scripps Visiting Artist Series, which welcomes leaders in the music industry for on-stage, live-streaming interviews on the campus of Ohio University. Past guests have included Sharon Van Etten, Bob Boilen of NPR Music, Ira Kaplan of Yo La Tengo, Jim Eno of Spoon, John Paul White of The Civil Wars, and music supervisor Thomas Golubic.
He is a Grammy-voting member of NARAS (National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences), an ASCAP-affiliated songwriter (winning a new songwriters award in 2001), and a member of Audio Engineering Society. Josh also serves on the advisory board for Groove U, a revolutionary two-year music industry school in Columbus, Ohio.
Josh helped to co-found the Immersive Media Initiative (IMI) in the Scripps College of Communication, made possible through a near-million dollar innovation grant from Ohio University. He has overseen the development of the audio production resources in the Game Research and Immersive Design lab and has worked on ambisonic sound production and mixing for projects across numerous disciplines including film, music, health care, paleontology, journalism, and psychology.
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