Damon Sink

School of Music
Assistant Professor
Commercial and Electronic Music

Damon Sink

 

Phone: 513-265-0146 (c) 828-227-2566
Email: dwsink@email.wcu.edu

Office Address: Belk 289

Education:

D.M.A. Composition, University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music
MM. Composition, BM Theory, University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music


Biography:

Damon Sink is a faculty member in the Commercial and Electronic Music program where he teaches courses in MIDI, synthesis, and recording arts, and directs the Music Technology Ensemble. He is a graduate of the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where he studied composition with Joel Hoffman, and Samuel Adler.

Dr. Sink teaches course in the fundamentals of music technology, including MIDI and sequencing: the computer protocol that lets electronic instruments “talk” to each other and facilitates human performance; synthesis: creating, layering and manipulating sound; as well as studio techniques that integrate virtual instruments with recorded sound.

In addition to his creative work as a composer, Dr. Sink is active in other areas of media production, advertising, video, film, and classical and jazz recording. Before coming to Western, he served as a full-time member on the faculties of Xavier University and The University of Dayton and founded dalSegno Media, an audio/visual production company. Other academic pursuits include topics in the history of music theory as well as the development of rich media modes of analytical presentation. He lives in Cullowhee.

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