2016 CCOM Symposium
- Attucks: The School that Opened a City
- Clicks and Mortar
- Concussions Q&A and Screening of "Head Games" Documentary
- Ferguson, Baltimore, and Chicago: Reporting about Racial Inequality
- Jay Bilas: ESPN and March Madness
- Music Engineering in the Modern Digital World
- No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson
- Overcoming Challenges: Embracing Success in Life and on the Court
- The Conviction of the #Hashtag
- Why #BlackLivesMatter Matters
Music Engineering in the Modern Digital World
Thursday, March 3 | 7:00–9:00 PM | Johnson Room | BCR Credit
Darrell Thorp is a seven-time Grammy Award winning (OutKast, Radiohead, Switchfoot, Molotov, Beck) producer, mixer, and engineer with over 18 years experience and several multi-platinum records to his discography. Thorp moved to Los Angles in 1997 after four years of service in the U.S. Navy and started interning at smaller studios. He eventually worked his way up to an Assistant Engineer at some of L.A.’s prestigious studios such as Track Record and Conway.
Eventually, at Ocean Way recording, Thorp met famed Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich and became his full-time engineer, recording Beck’s “Sea Change”, Radiohead’s “Hail to The Thief,” Paul McCartney’s “Chaos and Creation In The Back Yard,” and many others. Currently Darrell is splitting his time between mixing various projects and producing. He has had the pleasure of being the principle recording engineer on Beck's Morning Phase which granted him three additional Grammys for Best Engineered Album, Rock Album of the Year, and Album of the Year.