About the Project



This project shows first hand what sound engineering is from an active and thriving sound engineer. Aye-G is 21 years old and owns 3 music studios, One in L.A. and two in the Bay Area. He will show us what to expect in the near future and how he is making money doing what he loves.



Aye G is an up and coming engineer from South San Francisco California. He is a senior at LMU in Los Angeles and is owner of A.M.G. studios which has 3 separate locations in California. He is 21 years old and already has a clientele in both the Bay Area and L.A.


A.M.G. Studios L.A. and San Mateo. This interview will take place in the studio space where he creates and take a look into his lifestyle.


This project is in insight to the occupation of sound engineering and the main focus is an engineer who is in the industry right now. This is a look at what a young engineer has to do to create a name for himself and keep business running.


He is currently in charge of 3 studios and has someone running his L.A. studio while he is gone. This will take place during an upcoming studio session.


The audience of this project will be sound students and anyone with interest in the music industry of all ages.


I will be the reporter sitting in on a session engineered by Aye-G.


This is a first hand account from a sound engineer breaking into the industry right now. This is a privilege to get a first hand insight into his world and what sound students should expect in their efforts to succeed in the near future.


We will be witnessing a young engineer who is thriving and breaking into the industry right now. He has interned and learned from some of the best in the Bay Area. He is going to tell us his story and what to expect when pursuing a career in sound. He knows it is possible to achieve success in the field of sound and he is going to tell us how.


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One thought on “About the Project

  1. Good choice for a project, Andrew. I think this will be interesting and relevant for all the others in class. You do repeat the phrase “first hand look” a lot.

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