Oscar Zambrano ’03 talks about his life after Berklee.

I have always known what I wanted to do after college.  I wanted to move to a city that had big recording studios, work there, freelance and eventually own a studio.  What I did not know was the how: what roads would I have to take? How long would it take and when or where would this happen?

Nine years have passed since I graduated from MP&E, and what an amazing journey it’s been thus far. I graduated in the summer of 2003 at a time when the music industry was beginning to experience a drastic change.  The digital world was slowly taking over analog, home studios were starting to become more and more common, and the big commercial studios were slowly disappearing. Fortunately, New York had yet to experience the effects of home studio recordings and with a stoke of luck, I was hired at my first choice studio, Sound on Sound in Manhattan.

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