Music Creation & Production
Dan Fox

Daniel Fox is an educator, consultant, recording engineer and producer, and multi-instrumentalist. He encourages his students to experiment when making music and shows what can be produced through his interactive teaching demonstrations. Dan’s enthusiasm is contagious and says, “I aim to spark a sense of adventure and excitement about music and music technology. It all starts with a childlike sense of wonder and a healthy dose of fun. Lastly, I promote fearless experimentation with music technology, just like a jazz musician approaches improvisation.”

Dan is a part-time Lecturer at Tufts University’s Music Engineering Program, an expert level Propellerheads Reason software user, Certified Avid Pro Tools Instructor and iZotope endorsee. He’s also taught at ZUMIX, Inc., Worcester State University, Boston Public Schools, and was the Creative and Cultural Director at the Boys & Girls Club of Lynn. As a member of the Audio Engineering Society, he serves as Program Chair for the AES High School Audio Educators Conference. Daniel also sits on the Educational Advisory Board of the software manufacturer Sonarworks.

Dan also consults for educational and youth development organizations via his company Wondersmith Audio on facility construction, A/V hardware/software, and curriculum design. His audio production clients include: Life is Good (Ringo Starr, Aly Raisman, Katie Couric), Audible.com, Pepsi, Discovery Channel, and many others.

Dan earned his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Race & Ethnicity at Vassar College and attended Berklee College of Music’s Summer Performance Program.

In addition to a technology instructor, he’s an accomplished musician. As he fondly remembers, “I once performed on bass with my live hip-hop band The Foundation Movement, as the headliner of a festival in Boston Common for over 3000 fans. That was pretty exciting!”

Outside of music, Dan keeps busy with cooking, gardening, cycling, and hanging out with his family.

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“My earliest musical experiences are hearing my brother and father play our grand piano while I sat under it. I was also fascinated by my parent’s records, which included the Beatles, Stravinsky, and Thelonious Monk.”