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About Us

GAZELIEN Records is a University-record label at NYUAD created by students in Recording & Production Techniques class. This is an innovative way to provide students with hands-on experience of recording and marketing their own music. Multi-Platinum Producer/ Mixer, Professor Marciano, set up this record label to ensure students could develop skills they need to make a success of a career in the Music Industry. GAZALIEN Records provide real-world opportunities for students. They operate like a major label company, thanks to the high-powered music industry backgrounds of the faculty involved and the world class audio equipment. The skills learned and the experiences gained are essential training for anyone interested in a career in the music industry.

 

Discography

Produced, Engineered, Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by students @ Gazelien Records, NYUAD

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Collaborators

 

Team

Professor Matteo Marciano  Assistant Head of Music, / Assistant Professor of Music Technology / Recording Studio Chief Engineer

Professor Matteo Marciano

Assistant Head of Music, / Assistant Professor of Music Technology / Recording Studio Chief Engineer

Iván Budnik  Student Assistant / head of production RPT Class & Gazelien Records / Sound Engineer

Iván Budnik

Student Assistant / head of production RPT Class & Gazelien Records / Sound Engineer

Mateo Cruz  Student Assistant / Sound Engineer RPT / Music Program

Mateo Cruz

Student Assistant / Sound Engineer RPT / Music Program

Sebastian Grube  Classically trained singer and theatre director who is interested in the intersection between music and theatre. . He is a recent graduate of the New York University Abu Dhabi music and theatre program and has previously worked with Professor Marciano as a research assistant.

Sebastian Grube

Classically trained singer and theatre director who is interested in the intersection between music and theatre. . He is a recent graduate of the New York University Abu Dhabi music and theatre program and has previously worked with Professor Marciano as a research assistant.