FALL 2016 HOSA TECHNOLOGY AUDIO ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP WINNER: Gustavo Sanchez

Left to Rt.: Hoyt Binder (Host Technology), Gustavo Sanchez, Audio Engineering Program Chair Jonathan Newkirk

Left to Rt.: Hoyt Binder (Hosa Tech Sales Manager), Gustavo Sanchez, Audio Engineering Program Chair Jonathan Newkirk

The Audio Engineering Program at Musicians Institute is pleased to announce Gustavo Sanchez as the winner of the fourth annual Hosa Technology Audio Engineering Scholarship at MI.  In winning this award, the Norwalk, CA native convincingly and clearly articulated his career goals in his scholarship essay submission.  He comes to MI with experience as a working DJ, and an interest in learning to engineer in the Hip Hop/ R&B genres.

Asked why he chose to study in the Audio Engineering Program at MI, Gustavo states “what I hope to learn at MI is everything I need to know once I get in the studio and ready to work. I chose MI because it not only provides all the correct tools and equipment, it is based in the music capital of the world, Hollywood.

Regarding his future career goals and aspirations, Gustavo added, “my dream is to become an inspiration to kids growing up and be someone no one in my family has ever been.”

Everyone at MI congratulates Gustavo on winning this prestigious award, and we welcome him as he begins his studies and enjoys the many great experiences ahead at MI!

Special thanks to our industry partner, Hosa Technology for generously sponsoring this scholarship, which helps to provide students like Gustavo with the support, tools and recognition they need to launch successful and creative careers in the music industry.

Hosa Technology

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