Graham Spice is the Department of Music's Audio Engineer and technology coordinator. Spice directs audio and video productions for all Music Department events as well as teaching classes covering music technology, production, Electronic Dance Music (EDM), and music business topics. Spice also directs the Electronic Music Ensemble, the newest ensemble from the W&L Music Department.
Spice received a Bachelors of Music with Music Business Emphasis from Belmont University where his instruments were guitar and piano. In addition to a classical theory and commercial performance background, Spice studied the art of recording and live production, working in the industry since graduating from Belmont University in 1997. Spice received a Masters of Science in Music Technology from Indiana University-Purdue University in 2011.
Spice has performed or engineered for some amazing artists including:
You can find Graham Spice performing with various groups around southwest Virginia playing guitar, piano and/or computer. Audition samples of music and life at his website: grahamspice.com
As the creator of gigCalendar, the world's first free solution for maintaining a website's touring calendar, the Open-Source Movement is one of Spice's fundamental passions. He is a strong supporter of PHP, mySQL, Apache and the Joomla project.