Frank Cunningham has been affiliated with WGBH since 1983. After studying acoustics and electrical engineering at MIT, he pursued dual careers in both recording and design engineering. For WGBH, he has engineered live broadcasts, concert recordings, and film soundtracks (for Nova and the original Vietnam TV History.) As a designer, he built audio facilities for Bose and DEC, and helped develop the Lexicon digital reverberators. Frank continues to record, edit, and master albums of chamber, choral, and orchestral works for Centaur, New World, Albany, Fleur du Son. He works closely with several New England musical groups including: Dinosaur Annex, Collage New Music, Boston Musica Viva, Cantata Singers, Spectrum Singers, and The Lydian Quartet.
Tom Devlin has been working in Public Radio since his college days and has been at WGBH since 1996. Tom oversees the engineering staff and the Radio facilities. He is the primary contact for booking sessions in the Fraser Performance Studio. Tom looks forward to working with you to make your session a great experience.
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The broadcasting bug first bit Jon Frank at age seven when his father took him on a tour of the NBC studios in New York City. By age, 16 Jon was working at the Trinity College student radio station and, in 1971, Jon joined the New York University student radio station while pursuing a degree in film and television. Upon graduating from NYU Jon came to New England as Chief Engineer of WCOD on Cape Cod. From there he moved to Boston working at WVBF and WJIB before landing at WHDH radio where he advanced to the position of Chief Engineer. In 1987, Jon moved in to television at Channel 68, Channel 7, and Cramer Video productions. In 1991, Jon joined the engineering staff at WGBH. Jon helped plan and supervise the construction of the WGBH Radio facilities including the installation of the SSL C200 music-mixing console.
Robin Moore has been at WGBH since 1998. She is an electrical engineering graduate from Brown University and has also studied music production and engineering extensively at the Berklee College of Music. She has been engineering music recording projects since 1988, and her complete audio engineering discography includes projects for major labels like Sony/Epic Records and Motown Records. Additionally, she is a musician and composer with a strong background in MIDI computer music and keyboard instruments.
Antonio Oliart has been at WGBH since 1995. His training includes a Masters of Music degree in flute performance from The Mannes College of Music in New York City. He also holds a Masters Degree in Sound Recording from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. He has produced CD's for labels such as Analekta Records, Warner in Japan, Centaur, Hungaroton and has worked for Philips, Erato, Teldec, Telarc, Koch International, Deutsche Grammophon and many other record companies as a recording engineer, editor and mastering engineer. Antonio has won several awards for his work at WGBH including three New England Emmy awards for outstanding individual achievement in audio.
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Miles Smith has been involved in the design and construction of dozens of studios, including radio broadcast studios, recording studios, and post-production facilities in New York, Boston, Washington DC, Haiti and Grenada. Miles is the recording and mastering engineer for the NPR program Selected Shorts. He is the Chief Engineer for the Spanish Beisbol Network, and works with This American Life as a technical consultant. He has been tech director of several radio conferences and music festivals, and has engineered three Grammy nominated records. He has done stereo sound gathering for radio productions in Wyoming, Texas, Vermont, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Pakistan, India, and many other locales.