Assistant Professor, Audio Engineering & Live Sound Technology Department, New England School of Communications at Husson University
Eric Ferguson is an Assistant Professor in the Audio Engineering and Live Sound Technology Department at the New England School of Communications at Husson University in Bangor, Maine. A musician from Northern California, Eric completed his Bachelors in Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music, and his masters in Afro-Latin Music at California State University Los Angeles. As a recording engineer, Eric has worked on projects for artists such as Phil Collins, Aretha Franklin, Kool and the Gang, Chicago, Ringo Star, and Fourplay. As a sound reinforcement engineer, Eric has toured with artists such as Lee Ritenour, Mary Chapin Carptener, James Ingram, and Dave Koz.
Eric Ferguson from Husson University explores why musical recordings have grown increasingly loud over the last thirty years. Not only will you learn about the causes, potential solutions to the loudness wars will be revealed. Moderated by Angela Oechslie, Project>Login/Educate Maine Audience: high school+ Participating MSF Partners: Husson University, Project>Login, Educate Maine Sponsored by Related