Kirk McNally

B.Mus., M.Sc. (McGill)
Assistant Professor

MacLaurin Building (Music Wing)
By Appointment

Brief Biography

Kirk McNally, Audio-Specialist/Recording Engineer at the University of Victoria, was born in Burlington, Ontario.  He studied music and sound recording at McGill University (B.Mus 1998, M.Mus 2000). His teachers included Gerald Danovitch, Wieslaw Woszczyk, George Massenburg and Steven Epstein. As a recording engineer he has worked with national and international artists including: R.E.M, Bryan Adams, Sloan, Matthew Good, the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Aventa Ensemble. His research has been presented at the Art of Record Production Conference and supported by the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD). Kirk McNally also regularly collaborates with composers and artists in experimental and new music. He is a member of the live electronics trio, The Krells.

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