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Tutor profile: Tea M.

Tea M.
Musician, Audio Engineer, Acoustician, and Tutor!
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About Tea

About Tea
Hi there! My name is Téa, and I am a student at Johns Hopkins University. I am currently a fourth year student in a five-year double-BM/MA program in Performance, Audio Engineering, and Architectural Acoustics. These three degrees require an interesting breadth of classwork, ranging from Calculus, Physics, and advanced electrical engineering courses to writing, music, and languages. I'm really excited about learning, and I want to share that excitement with you!

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
In addition to my classwork, for the past four years, I have been tutoring students in a number of academic classes that are more focused on music; however, in high school, I helped students with math, science, languages, and writing. Growing up in a Montessori school, I understand how to work with students in ways that are nontraditional, effective, and specific to their learning. I am eager to work with all types of students help them achieve their academic and artistic goals!
Johns Hopkins University
Architectural Building Engineering Technology
Master's Degree
2019 - 2021
Johns Hopkins University
Music - Saxophone
Bachelor's Degree
2016 - 2020
Johns Hopkins University
Bachelor's Degree
2016 - 2020

Work Experience

Work Experience
Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associate Audio Engineer
2019 - Present
Each summer, the Boston Symphony Orchestra performs concerts and hosts a summer intensive for musicians at the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, Massachusetts. As an associate audio engineer, my duties include the following: -Concert recording and postproduction for fellowship and professional performances -Completion of video recordings and live streaming using NewTek TriCaster -Setup, routing, and troubleshooting of hardware and software in the brand new Tanglewood Learning Institute control room -Live mixing of performances and...
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Assistant Recording Engineer
2017 - Present
Duties include: -Microphone and cable setup for orchestral rehearsals and performances at The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall -Microphone and cable setup for Pulse Concert Series, classical and indie/jazz crossover concerts featuring artists such as Moon Taxi, Esperanza Spalding, Valerie June, Tank and the Bangas, etc. -Live Mixing of orchestral recordings -Solo setup and recording of BSO Summer Academy chamber music concerts. Recordings made using Pyramix, Sequoia, and Samplitude simultaneously and saved to three different audio drives.
National Public Radio, Audio Engineering Intern
2018 - 2018
Summer internship that included the following activities: - Using iZotope RX5 to identify and fix bad audio files with issues such as hisses, hums, clipping, plosives, etc. - Assisted with Tiny Desk concerts: routing cables, set up and tear down, and microphone placement. -Helped record specific sets at the Newport Folk Festival for publish and streaming on NPR Music website. - Researched and tested a variety of handheld recorders and shotgun microphones to help guide the decision on which to use as the standard audio tools for field...

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