Gary Manuel

Affiliate Instructor, Sound Recording

Constance Hall 010
309-677-4561
gmanuel@bradley.edu

Biography

Gary has been in the professional recording industry for 38 years. He is a past

member of NAB, AES and a current publisher and writer member of ASCAP. Having

designed and built over 350 recording and broadcast studio rooms throughout the

world as well as an acoustical consultant for facilities such as the Denver Center for

the Performing Arts, The Sheldon Theatre in St. Louis, many public and private

colleges and houses of worship. Gary has produced and/or engineered for Grammy

winning artist such as Lou Graham (Foreigner), John Schlitt (Petra), Bob Carlisle,

Doc Severinsen, Al Hirt, Tim Cavanagh of the Bob and Tom show, numerous

presidential candidates and former Vice President Dan Quayle. His work also

includes sound looping for a NBC's movie called Woman on the Ledge and

commercials for Tom Poston of the Bob Newhart show. As a freelance producer he

has worked at many facilities including Chicago, Columbus, St. Louis and has

engineered at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Gary has previously been an

instructor for the Recording Institute Association of America and the Audio

Recording School in Phoenix, Arizona and has guest lectured at Indiana University,

Millikin University and Illinois State University and is currently an adjunct

instructor at Bradley University. As a performer Gary has shared the stage with The

Blues Brothers, Gary Sinise & Lt. Dan Band and Bad Company.