The Audio Engineering Program at Musicians Institute is pleased to announce Keston Mack as the winner of the ninth annual Hosa Technology Audio Engineering Scholarship at MI.
In winning this award, the West Philadelphia native convincingly and clearly articulated his career goals in his scholarship essay submission. Keston comes to MI with three years of audio engineering experience and also a strong interest in creating soundtracks for his own short film(s) that utilize his own vocals for singing/rapping.
When asked “what do you hope to learn while studying in the Audio Engineering Program at MI”, Keston shared that “I expect to learn how to work in a professional environment with all the know-how, for bringing my ideas to life through audio effects, and how to engineer my own Hip-Hop, RnB and guitar albums”.
Regarding his future career goals and aspirations, he added, “My dreams and goals are to work with Damlin, Pixar’s Universal Music Group, and Disney. As well, one of my biggest aspirations is to bring forth new ideas to hip-hop fusing it with metal. While audio is my thing, I’ve also been practicing guitar for several years and would like to do that professionally.
Everyone at MI congratulates Keston on winning this prestigious award, as he pursues his audio engineering 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 Keston with the support, tools and recognition they need to launch successful and creative careers in the music industry.