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Nathan Coy

Audio Digitization Specialist

Contact

  • (650) 721-2055
Room: 
425 Broadway Room 104

Nathan's role in the library

Audio Digitization Specialist at the Stanford Media Preservation Lab. 

More about Nathan

Nathan brings his broad experience to the SMPL team having formally studied recording arts, music composition, French horn performance, archival practice, and library science. Recent work includes reformatting acoustic era 78 rpm discs for the Library of Congress National Jukebox project, cylinder digitization for the UC Santa Barbara cylinder project,  reformatting of cylinders and discs for the HBO television show Boardwalk Empire. His horn studies include lessons and intensive study with members or former members of many major orchestras. A major highlight was the opportunity to perform in an orchestra at Symphony space for David Amram's 80th birthday. 

 

 

Education

MLS, Master's of Library Science, City University New York Queens College
Certificate in Archives, Preservation, and Records Management, City University New York Queens College
MA Music: Composition, California State University Chico
BA, Music: Composition, California State University Chico
BA, Music Industry and Technology: Recording Arts, California State University Chico