Mark McCoin

Mark McCoin

Also known as MV

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Mark started his career as a drummer and percussionist and has performed with bands including The Bruce Odland Big Band, The Denver Gentlemen, Joanne Shenandoah, and Kenny Vaughn Band. For 3 years he was musical director of Denver’s Gamelan Tunas Mekar, and spent time in Bali, Indonesia studying and performing Gamelan music. As an engineer and producer, he has worked with Jnnnzzzn and Thinking Plague on "A History of Madness", Dave Kerman on "Regarding Purgatories", was co-producer of "Terra Infirma" (a weekly NPR radio show), as well as numerous other recording projects. As a composer and sound designer, Mark scored many TV shows, films, dance performances, Theater, and Multimedia productions. He is currently an audio design Instructor in the Film Studies department at University of Colorado, and runs Brave New Audio, a creative project studio designed for music, sound design, and audio/video post production. Recent awards include "AIFM INDIE" award for work on Mary Youngblood’s "Heart of the World" CD, "Native American Music Award" for work on Joanne Shenandoah and Laurence Laughing’s "Orenda" CD, and a "Grammy" certificate for percussion work on Mary Youngblood’s "Beneath the Raven Moon" CD.

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