Mickey
		
		Houlihan

Mickey
Houlihan

Adjunct Faculty
School of the Arts
BS, Florida State University

Grammy Award-winning engineer Mickey Houlihan opened Wind Over The Earth in 1979, and the studio remains a nexus of creative souls as well as serving as an umbrella for Digital Poets, and a professional training company offering certification courses for Digidesign and Apple. He also serves as co-director of Looking Glass Arts and is President of Sterling Circle Records. Mickey has recorded with musicians in many of our national parks as well as in the Wulu Mountains of Taiwan, Lake Baikal in Siberia and the Great Pyramids of Egypt. For more information, please visit: http://www.windovertheearth.com/

“I used to lie on the floor of my house in college and listen. I would listen to all the different sounds in the room and then, stretching out a bit, I would listen through the walls into my neighbor’s room and then further away until I was listening at the limits of my perception. I would hang there as long as possible, in that world, at the edge of perceiving and projecting. Later, I started trying to record those experiences to share the wonder with others. The exploration of recording technology became its own journey, and my interest in boundaries led me into the wilds. Always, there is listening, and an awareness of the constant changing. The recording studio and its evolving set of tools is truly a modern day temple, and the possibility for magic is without bounds.”  - Mickey Houlihan

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