Monday, March 8
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Gloria Kaba is a Ghanaian-American sound engineer, producer, mixer and writer with over a decade of experience in the studio, often operating under the moniker Redsoul. She’s worked on A Tribe Called Quest’s final album "We Got It From Here...Thank You For Your Service" and Solange’s breakthrough release, "A Seat At The Table," working closely with legendary hip-hop artist and producer Q-tip.
She began her career in 2006 as an intern at Battery Studios and later as an assistant engineer at MSR Studios where she spent 6 years working with engineers, producers, and artists including Madonna, Beyonce, Phil Ramone, Kanye West, Salaam Remi, Aretha Franklin and Frank Ocean.
Gloria is now focused on producing and mixing, most recently working with acts like Ms. Lauryn Hill, LOONY, Amber Mark and Molly Burch whilst writing with the likes of rising stars Kaina, Ness Heads and Ondine. Kaba has also started her own NYC-based writing camp for aspiring producers and songwriters, called Locked-In.
With a return to her songwriting and production roots, Gloria hopes to continue forging a road forward with a perspective and voice all of her own.
Events in the Music Tech Guest Lecturer SeriesMarch 8: Gloria Kaba
March 29: Sarah Belle Reid
April 12: George Gomez-Wheeler
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