Desharon "Famnorf" Newcombe
Recording & Mix Engineer; Studio Manager
After attending Music Industry Workshop and getting Certified in Recording and Mixing, Fam Started working at the Old Chocolate Factory for Torture Chamber Records, owned by Chi-Ill. He was there for roughly four years, managing the recording studio. Also, he was the Head Audio Engineer at the time. After graduating from SAE Institute Chicago, he has been working for United Audio Production as a live sound engineer and stage manager. He is passionate about what he does, and loves to help people. Nothing is more fulfilling to him than being part of a team of people who have similar interests, and an organization that values its employees.
"I’m looking forward to better my talent in this new year."
Reggie "Volcano Beats" Walson
Mix Engineer, Producer; Production Instructor
Reginald Walson is a recording and mix engineer, live sound/av tech, electronic music producer, event enthusiast and overall lover of sound. He has over 10 years experience using various DAW systems including Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton Live and various plugins. He also has a vast knowledge of synthesizers, mixing consoles and outboard gear. His style of production can be described as epic due to the frequent usage of orchestral elements and instruments. The self proclaimed "Sampler King" is poised to leave his mark on the current musical landscape. Listen. Enjoy. Follow.
Robert "Ro-Mi-Do" Doti
Recording & Mix Engineer; Studio Designer
Robert Doti focuses his skills on recording and mixing. He currently works as a Studio Technician at SAE Institute of Chicago. As a student of life, he has become a versatile member of Pots and Pan Audio.
When others get stuck and can't seem to figure out what is missing from a production, or why their mix sounds off, Robert seems to always have the answer. That is what makes Pots and Pan special. Each member is able to bounce ideas off each other, and help spark new creative ideas when all was thought to be lost.
"All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity. But the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes to make it possible." -Thomas Edward Lawrence