The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music invites applications for an Assistant Arts Professor to offer courses on contemporary music production. Courses that this professor will be expected to teach include core classes to Recorded Music majors like “Producing the Record” and “Producing Music with Software & MIDI.” The successful candidate is also expected to teach a range of production electives that could include (but are not limited to) classes on arranging, mixing, multichannel audio mixing (e.g., ATMOS), ear training and critical listening. Applicants must have a musical background, possess business acumen, be technically literate, have sound engineering skills, and have a proven track record of entrepreneurial success in the area of production. The ideal candidate must have received national and/or international recognition as a producer and/or recording engineer & mixer, and success in arranging, orchestration, and composition. The candidate should be able to teach within Recorded Music’s unique holistic curriculum - to cultivate student’s music, technical and engineering skills; to guide project management and teach self-sufficiency and creative methodology as well as historical reference. The ideal candidate will go beyond technical instruction and develop students’ creativity and artistry. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to teach in and foster an inclusive classroom environment.
See http://tisch.nyu.edu/clive-davis-institute/curriculum/course-offerings for more information about Recorded Music’s curriculum.