Achievements

The Department of Music Industry Studies is proud of the achievements and research of its students, faculty, and staff. Explore some of our accomplishments below:

Music Technology Center Director collaborates on exhibit displayed in Diboll Art Gallery

Sanford Hinderlie

#6 Shoe Drop, a collaboration of Music Professor and Music Technology Center Director Sanford Hinderlie and art professor Mark Grote, exhibited at Loyola University New Orleans Collins C. Diboll Art Gallery, May through September, 2012.

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Music Technology Center Director presents research at several conferences

Sanford Hinderlie

Sanford Hinderlie, Rita O. Huntsinger Distinguished Professor in Music and Director of the Music Technology Center, recently presented research at several conferences.

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Instructor of Music Industry Studies engineers recording sessions that resulted in releases

Jay Crutti

Jay Crutti, instructor of music industry studies, engineered recording sessions for the following music groups that resulted in releases.

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Music Industry Studies Instructor helped student-run companies reach success

Jay Crutti

As the faculty advisor to several student-run companies housed in Music Industry, Jay Crutti directed the production of 28 Video works and 13 concerts.

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Music Industry Studies instructor obtains funding for upgrades to facilities and equipment in recording studios

Jay Crutti

Jay Crutti, instructor of music industry studies, obtained funding for several upgrades to facilities and equipment for the Communications/Music Complex recording studios.

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Music Industry Studies instructor supervised Loyola students who recorded audio of Jazz Fest performances

Jay Crutti

Jay Crutti, instructor of music industry studies, supervised 12 student recordists at the 2012 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival who recorded 90% of all recordings made at the festival.

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Music Industry Studies Alumni Gerald Gillum, aka G-Eazy, releases album

Music Industry Studies Alumni Gerald Gillum, aka G-Eazy, releases album "Must Be Nice"

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Music Industry Studies instructor produced and managed a three-week European reunion tour for Throwing Muses

Billy O'Connell, instructor of music industry studies, produced and managed a three week European reunion tour for Throwing Muses in which the group performed to over 75,000 paid attendees and appearedon national television and radio in 9 countries.

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Music Industry Studies student Gerald Gillum ’11 joined Lil Wayne and Mystikal for their SXSW Music Conference

Gerald Gillum

Gerald Gillum ’11 (music industry studies), a.k.a. suave rapper G-Eazy, joined Lil Wayne and Mystikal for their South by Southwest Music Conference showcase in Austin, Texas.

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Loyola students launch Hearing Protection Project

Cori McGinn and Amy Pertuit, both graduating seniors from the Department of Music Industry Studies in the College of Music and Fine Arts at Loyola University New Orleans, have joined together to form the Hearing Protection Project.

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