Ryan Scherker comes from a long history of music. For over 40 years, his father was an educator, producer, and composer, who put together concerts for Miami Dade Public schools that have been broadcasted on WLRN and Prairie Home Companion. Starting at a young age, Ryan began to help organize and engineer the live shows he father would put together.
While studying Music Engineering at University of Miami, Ryan became a 1st recording engineer for the Gusman Concert Hall and Clarke Recital Hall. While there, he recorded dozens of live concerts while simultaneously broadcasting them via live stream on the university website. Ryan also served on the music staff at Red Rock Studios, serving under Grammy-winning music director for the Miami Sound Machine, Clay Ostwald.
Ryan has extensive experience with both Mac and Windows, as well Ableton Live, Cubase, ProTools, and Logic. He also designs and implements professional modular A/V systems for onsite livestream broadcasts.