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Sal Greco

Mr. Sal Greco brings exceptional professional experience directly related to his area of teaching in recording studio maintenance and electronics. Mr. Greco’s career spans more than thirty-four (34) years and comprises employment almost exclusively at highly selective world-renown music recording facilities including Jimi Hendrix’s “Electric Lady Studios” (1976-84, NYC); Prince’s “Paisley Park Studios” (1984-96, MN); Alan Sides’ historic “Ocean Way Recording” and “Ocean Way Nashville” (1996/2003-present, TN). Since 1974, Sal has held the title, “Chief Technical Engineer” with primary responsibility for preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of recording studio equipment, often including the modification, design and fabrication of custom electronic components unique to each facility’s needs. His role continues within the Audio Engineering Technology (AET) program in the College of Entertainment & Music Business as full-time “Technical Coordinator of Recording Studio Facilities.” Included in his role is the oversight of electronic maintenance of all university operated music-recording facilities as well as training of professional and student staff utilized and employed in those facilities.