Mark Loren Matthews


 Mark Loren Matthews

Office Information

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Email
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St. Petersburg / Gibbs  |  Directions & Campus Map
HS 123
Lead Instructor - MIRA
matthews.mark@spcollege.edu
(727) 341-4364
(727) 444-6794


Office Schedule


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Biography


Mark Matthews is a Music Technology and Commercial Music Composition specialist. He has a bachelor’s in music from Berklee College of Music in Boston and a master’s in music from North Texas State University in Denton.  A 25-year veteran of the Los Angeles music scene, he has extensive knowledge and experience as a composer, arranger, guitarist, engineer and studio owner. 

Professor Matthews possesses a deep understanding of computers and the music technology used to create sound in today’s marketplace.  While studying electronic music with famed pioneer, Merrill Ellis, he joined the first wave of operators of the New England Digital Synclavier II beginning at North Texas State University and continuing in Los Angeles.  He is well versed in Avid Pro Tools, Apple Logic Pro 8, and many of the various plug-ins and soft-synths integrated into each system.  He also has long-established experience in multi-track analog recording, studio performance/composition techniques, signal-flow and processing, and various microphone applications & methods.

Matthews has worked with a large group of talented performers to produce a wide range of award-winning music which can be heard in more than 30 countries.  He has either written for, arranged or recorded;  Al Green, Michael McDonald, Dolly Parton, Johnny Mandel, Harvey Mason (Herbie Hancock), Peter Erskine (Weather Report), Sheryl Crow, Bruce Fowler (Zappa), Kenny Rogers, Bill Champlin (Chicago), Jonathan Winters, Little Richard, Mike Post, Donna DeLory (Madonna), Queen Latifah, Timothy B. Schmidt (Eagles), Jennifer Warnes, Chris Hillman (The Byrds), and Quincy Jones, just to name a few.

 




Subjects Taught


Music


Course Schedule


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0480   Spring Term 2014
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
MUC 1606  A COMPOSER'S GUIDE TO THE RECORDING STUDIO 3374 SPGIn Class Jan 13 2014May 9 2014
MUC 2622  COMPOSITION IN MODERN MEDIA II 3252 SPGIn Class Jan 13 2014May 9 2014
MUM 2603  MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES IV 1851 SPGIn Class Jan 13 2014May 9 2014
MUM 2681  AUDIO FOR BROADCAST FOUNDATIONS 3059 SPGIn Class Jan 13 2014May 9 2014
0475   Fall Term 2013
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
MUC 1621  COMPOSITION IN MODERN MEDIA I 3436 SPGIn Class Aug 19 2013Dec 13 2013
MUC 2631  AVID PRO TOOLS FOR THE COMPOSER 3435 SPGIn Class Aug 19 2013Dec 13 2013
MUM 2602  MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES III 2393 SPGIn Class Aug 19 2013Dec 13 2013
MUM 2602L  MUSIC TECHNOLOGY AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES III LAB 2394 SPGIn Class Aug 19 2013Dec 13 2013