Adam Borecki is a music technology specialist based in Los Angeles.
He works as the Director of Music Technology at Chapman University, manages his live concert recording business Recording Dot LA (recording.LA), and creates music as a composer & guitarist.
Adam is the Director of Music Technology at Chapman University
He teaches courses in Principles of Music Technology, Recording, Post-Production, and Special Topics. He also manages work/study recording engineers, provides tech support to faculty & staff, and oversees music tech facilities.
As a composer, Adam specializes in electro-acoustic concert music.
His recent works include collaborations with Mark Menzies, Spacepants, Nadia Shpachenko, and more. In addition to acoustic works, Adam has composed multi-media works with live projection, real-time animation, audio effects pedals, integrated LED lights, and live sound processing.
Adam studied composition at USC with Stephen Hartke, Donald Crockett, & Sean Friar and at Chapman University with Vera Ivanova, Sean Heim, & Jeffery Holmes.
His music has been performed at the Hear Now Festival, across southern California, across the United States, in Italy (at the Cortona Sessions) and in Paris (European American Musical Alliance).
As a guitarist, Adam has been awarded fellowships to perform outreach concerts at schools and senior homes across Los Angeles.
He regularly plays with the Kaleidoscope Trio (kaleidoscopetrio.com), as well as for weddings & receptions in Orange County and has performed for figures such as the late Elie Wiesel (Nobel Laureate) and George Argyros (U.S. Ambassador to Spain).
As a recording engineer, Adam is the founder and owner of Recording Dot LA (http://recording.LA).
Recording Dot LA an audio/video recording company in Los Angeles that specializes in concert recording and music videos.
He has produced recordings for clients including: Aspen Music Festival, Martin Chalifour (LA Philharmonic concertmaster), USC Thornton Symphony Orchestra, Colburn School of Music, Chapman University, Orange County School of the Arts, USC School of Cinematic Arts, The Moth podcast, the American Composers Forum, HowlRound Theater Commons, the M.A.R.S. Festival (Los Angeles), and the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland.
Adam Borecki graduated from Chapman University in 2012 summa cum laude with a double major in Music Composition and Guitar Performance. After earning his masters degree in Music Composition from the University of Southern California in 2015, he returned to Chapman and started teaching music technology. In 2019, Adam Borecki became the Director of Music Technology in the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music.