Andrew Sclafani...a song for your site
Young Composer offering
Suited for Web Page
Andrew creates 60 Second Melodies
that play continuously on Your Web Site
Helping You Establish a Unique Mood for Your Store.
Keep your customers on page longer. Leave an audio musical connection with visitors to remember your site.
To get to that right mood for you, Andrew can compose in a wide range of genres from pop and avant garde.
Your new original song will be presented ready to upload to your site with the neccessary html code
to start a new sound connection right away. Andrew of course, can assist if needed to get that music rockin.
After a phone consultation and or a meeting between the interested parties and Andrew,
he will create a 1st version of a song that conveys the mood you are looking for.
If at that time, you do not wish to go forward, there is no obligation to continue
towards creating a great hit for your site. Its that's simple.
Create a Unique Sound Net Character for your Site.
Help Set your Site Apart.
Andrew Sclafani was born in Boston, but raised in Hauppauge, New York.
Though interested in music from a young age, it wasn't until he received a guitar when he was 13
that he began practicing songwriting and composition. Throughout High School,
he was trained in both music theory and audio production learning to use programs such as Digidesign's Pro Tools
and Propellerhead's Reason. During this time he also wrote, recorded and performed with several rock bands,
played double bass in his high school orchestra and taught himself piano.
Upon his arrival at Northeastern University in 2004 he became interested in electroacoustic music,
and began working on new compositions with Professors Mike Frengal and Ron Smith.
During his time here he has written many pieces of music ranging from electroacoutic to pop to experimental hardcore.
Upon graduating in May 2009, he hopes to continue his musical career and pursue work in the field of audio production.
To contact him directly, please call 631-697-9891. Free consultations!
COME PLAY WITH ME
Andrew plays Guitar, Bass, Vocals,
He has been influenced by the following artists.
The Beatles, Between The Buried and Me,
6 Hadden Ct.
Hauppauge, NY 11788
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, BOSTON, MA — SEPTEMBER 2004 - MAY 2009
Bachelor of Science Degree in Music, Concentration in Music Technology. Music Courses included: Music
Theory I-VI, Music Technology I and II, Music Recording I and II, Principles of Music Literature, Sound Design,
Interactive Real-Time Performance, and Composition for Electronic Instruments.
Honors: Deans List
SEA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION, WOODS HOLE, MA — FEBRUARY 2007 - MAY 2007
Successfully completed a 12 week program where I achieved competence in coastal piloting, celestial navigation and
the operations of a ship (134’ sailboat) including the responsibilities of command. I learned the history, traditions and
culture of maritime society. I became proficient in oceanography including the design and implementation of an
original research project. I will receive a Minor Degree in Maritime Studies from Northeastern University.
HAUPPAUGE HIGH SCHOOL — SEPTEMBER 2000-JUNE 2004
Music Courses: Music Theory I and II, Recording Technology, Orchestra, Chorus.
Activities: DECA (2000-2004), Battle of the Bands (Performer 2000-2004, Organizer 2004), Music and Dramatic Theater (2004)
Recording experience, performance experience. Composed over three dozen pieces (ranging from rock to experimental),
Guitar (8 years), Double Bass (2 years), Piano (5 years), Drums (1 year) and
proficient to several programs including Pro Tools, Reason,(7 years) Sonar, Sound Forge and Max/MSP.
Composition, Snow boarding, Music, Travel, Literature (both contemporary and classics)
JAMSPOT, SOMERVILLE, MA - JANUARY 2006-PRESENT
Responsible for the day-to-day operation of a large music studio complex including managing the operation of floor
staff, client development, reservations, billing, technical support and customer satisfaction.
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