Chris has been making records for the past 20 or so years. He has engineered, mixed, and/or mastered a number of albums from varying genres of music, but has stayed within the realm of what most people would call indie rock, or indie pop. Some of the bands/artists that he has worked on projects with include, but are not limited to: The Society of Rockets, Scrabbel, And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead, Seventeen Evergreen, HOTTUB, Deadwood Forest, Explosions in the Sky, The Foreign Resort, Necromonkey, Daniel Kobialka, Ryo Yanagitani, Bel Cuore Quartet and many more. As a musician, he has played drums for many different acts as either a guest or permanent fixture. Some of these acts include: Scrabble, Mentallo and the Fixer, ASP, We Is Shore Dedicated, D.W. Holiday, and a few more. He has also taught at Expression College for Digital Arts, where he was named Outstanding Teacher of the Year in 2006, and the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he was the director of the music technology program.
He also co-owned and co-operated Three Ring Records and Monolathe Recordings & Communications; independent record labels with the latter also incorporating a publishing arm. Three Ring Records was voted “Best Of The Bay” by the readers of the Bay Area Guardian in 2007 and officially ceased operations in 2014. Both labels and its artists have been featured all over the world and were also distributed internationally in both the physical and digital domain.
Chris is also the father of an amazingly talented, beautiful, empathetic, super-sweet little girl that goes by the name of Stormy, and step-dad to a rambunctious little dude that jumps off of everything named Dante!
Working out lines and strategies of software such as Audition, Pro Tools, Reason, Logic, Ableton and hardware digital audio interface technologies in audio pre-production and production. Location: San Antonio College 1819 N. Main Ave., San Antonio, Texas 78212 Jean Longwith Radio-Television-Film Building Room 101 Parking Available at: Student Parking Lot #7 next to the Jean Longwith Radio-Television-Film […]