Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Bill Dunphy is a musician, producer, and audio engineer based in Boston, Massachusetts, where he graduated from Berklee College of Music with a diploma in Music Production and Engineering in August 2015.
As a student, Bill thrived as a producer, studio engineer, mix engineer, composer, arranger, and musician in a wide variety of musical and post-production environments. Bill was also the Membership Officer for Berklee’s Audio Engineering Society (AES), and hosted his own radio program called Indie-cent Exposure for the Berklee Internet Radio Network (The BIRN).
Bill is active in Boston’s rich audio culture and creative community. As a freelance engineer he operated as a Lead A/V Technician at the Boston Procurement Leaders Forum in September 2015. He also recorded and mixed a live Brazilian jazz performance by the Felipe Tinoco Sextet in July 2015. In May 2014, Bill had the honor of recording President Bill Clinton’s City Year Legacy Award acceptance speech at Boston Symphony Hall. Bill is passionate about all things audio and is always exploring new ways to collaborate with other creative minds.