Music Recording Faculty

Music Recording Faculty

BMus (Hons) Music Performance and Recording course trains students to become well-rounded music practitioners, who can excel both on stage and behind the scenes. Our Music Recording lecturers have years of experience in the recording industry, where they have worked with both regional and international artistes.

SRMC will welcome its first batch of BMus (Hons) Music Performance and Recording graduands in 2018.

Mr Wong Hock Ling Eric

Music Recording Lecturer

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, UniSIM
A Levels Higher Music with emphasis in composition, Raffles Junior College

Eric Wong is the Creative Director of United Records Productions (URP), which he co-founded with his wife Careen Tham. With knowledge from both the classical and contemporary realms of music, coupled with an acute ear for musical finesse, he currently oversees all music and video productions at URP. He has a deep passion in film production and has directed and produced several music videos and short films.

Eric Wong has written several dramatic compositions such as “Variations on a Minnesinger Folksong”, and “In War and Peace”, for wind orchestras. These have been premiered by RJC Symphonic Band and NIE Symphonic Band. His most recent composition was the film score for an upcoming movie produced and filmed in China.

He has more than 15 years of teaching and conducting experience. He is currently is the Resident Conductor of The Millennial Orchestra, a local community orchestra that has performed to crowds of over 10,000 people live.

Mr Wong Song Xiong Ryan

Music Recording and Composition Lecturer

Bachelor of Arts in Music, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts/University of Wales

Ryan Wong is a musician with strong experience in recording, arranging, and producing for several songwriters, artists, radio stations, and organisations. He has recorded, mixed, and mastered an instrumental album by Liang Wen Fu, Jiu Jian, and Ding Yi Music Company, “The Oriental Moon”; Bedok North Secondary School’s song, and Telok Kurau Primary School’s 85th anniversary album. He has also produced local songwriter 九⽊’s Mandarin album.

His wide-ranging arrangement works include festive songs for UFM 100.3 radio station, and music for Innamorati (Wei Yi) The Musical based around Eric Moo’s hit songs. In addition, he was the session guitarist for the music of the tele-movie “Two Boys and a Mermaid”.

Hans-Martin Buff

Music producer, recording engineer (Prince, Scorpions, No Doubt)
14 Sep 2018

Hans-Martin Buff has been an experienced music producer and recording engineer since 1993. One of his career highlights was working as Prince’s personal engineer for four years at Paisley Park Studios. During this time, he was also responsible for the studio affairs of renowned artists like No Doubt, Chaka Khan and Larry Graham.

In 2001, he returned to his home country Germany, where he continued his career as an independent recording engineer. He has since mixed and recorded for a host of international talent, including Scorpions.

Jeff Miyahara

Record producer, songwriter
20 November 2015

Jeff Miyahara is one of the most in demand record producers and songwriters in Japan. With numerous #1 hits, over 28 million in sales, and an impressive list of awards and accolades (including Songwriter Of The Year 2009 and Hit Maker of the Year 2010), Jeff is fast becoming widely known as a hit-maker for artists from all over the world.

In addition to his numerous collaborations with mega-hit artists in Japan. Jeff also continues to work with top-tier international artists. In 2009, Jeff signed on with UM360 (a management division of Universal Music Japan) to further solidify his position as a major player in the global music market. He currently has projects in the works in the US, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Australia, while continuing his work in Japan. Evidence that having a powerhouse like Universal behind him is helping extend his international reach even further.

Jeff has been called a ‘Rosetta Stone’ of record making, as it seems that regardless of the language and cultural elements of the artist’s input, an acclaimed hit-song comes out the other end. Jeff’s multi-cultural and multi-lingual background (LA-raised, half Korean, half Japanese) forms the foundation for his unique approach to song writing and production. He has an unparalleled ability to craft songs that resonate across cultural and linguistic boundaries, genres, and even generations.

As his international profile grows and his workload on the Japanese side redefines the word ‘prolific’ (he had over 50 CD releases in 2009), Jeff Miyahara, is poised to become a global production phenomenon.

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