As an educator, Neal Warner currently serves as a graduate teaching assistant and instructor of record for the Fred Fox School of Music at the University of Arizona, where he also conducts studies toward his Doctorate of Musical Arts.
Previously, Neal was a member of the faculty at the Art Institute of Michigan, where he offered instruction in audio production and sound design as part of Art Institute's Bachelor of Science in Media Arts program.
This program allowed Neal to guide students through the music and sound production process by utilizing Art Institute's state-of-the-art recording studio. Extensive demonstrations included hands on experience with professional quality recording equipment, including a 32-channel SSL Duality recording/mixing console.
Warner holds a Master of Music from Wayne State University, where he served as a teaching assistant for courses in music history, music theory, and music composition.
Privately, Neal teaches at the Allegro School of Music in Tucson. His teachings have included instrumental instruction for electric bass, electric and acoustic guitar, piano, banjo, and ukelele. He has also provided classes on music theory, composition, and songwriting for young, aspiring musicians. Neal has previously served as a member of the private instruction team at the Grosse Pointe Music Academy - Canton location.
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