Liz Teutsch is a audio engineer and educator working as an Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music’s campus in Valencia, Spain. She teaches both graduate and undergraduate music production, recording and mixing techniques.
A multi-instrumentalist childhood led Liz to Berklee College of Music’s Boston campus where she studied Music Production and Engineering.
Liz formerly served as the Director of Academic Technology on Berklee’s Valencia campus and also as the Director of Audio Production at Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts. She is an active member of the Audio Engineering Society and recently completed a 2-year post as the AES Vice President of Southern Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
In a Workshop at Loop, Liz will tell you everything you always wanted to know about microphones but were too embarrassed to ask, from the lore and terminology of mic placement to the correct equipment to use for recording vocals and acoustic instruments.