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Flawn Williams

"Having computers equipped with Avid Pro Tools and other software available for student use and for my demos makes it possible for these courses to happen. Gelardin's CoLaboratory (Room 158) serves as our classroom as well as a post-production complex."

J. Flawn Williams has recorded, presented and performed music in many different genres. In three decades with National Public Radio, he mixed live concert broadcasts for "All Songs Considered" and served as the Technical Director for the classical music concert program "Performance Today". He has produced hundreds of hours of performance recordings of music from many traditions for NPR, the Augusta Heritage Center and many other clients. He continues to do recording and production of music and voice projects for several public radio organizations and other groups. He has been teaching music recording and other audio courses at Georgetown since the fall of 2008, and is now an Associate Professor of the Practice in the Department of Performing Arts.

For Recording Arts I (MUSC-250), Audio for Documentary (MUSC-251), Recording Arts II (MUSC-350) and Seminar in Music Journalism (MUSC-361), students record vocal and instrumental music as well as spoken word voice, and  edit, mix and master all of those forms.


Last the Year EP
"Last The Year" is a self written and self recorded album that was entirely produced in Gelardin's Production Studio.
Music Composition
The purpose of this project was to explore some of the challenges and techniques associated with recording the sound of the rear-facing French horn.
Ethan Beaman playing guitar
This song was my final individual project for my Recording Arts I class with Professor Flawn Williams.
Skateboarder in DC
This podcast explores skateboarding and hardcore punk-rock's intertwined history in Washington, DC.