JESSUP, MARYLAND – JUNE 2013:
API has once again presented its annual Visionary Scholarship to several students in different academic institutions. The scholarships are available to those who are currently enrolled in audio engineering programs equipped with an API Vision, Legacy Plus or 1608 console.
To qualify, applicants must submit a comprehensive questionnaire and essay and are encouraged to include a recording they have engineered or produced. After much deliberation, API decided on four deserving winners. API would like to thank all students who applied and wish all applicants success in their future audio engineering and production endeavors.
THE WINNERS OF THE 2013 API VISIONARY SCHOLARSHIPS ARE:
Robert Bisel – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Carlie “Myles” Everett – Clive Davis School of Recording at the Tisch School of the Arts
Irving Gadoury – University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Zachary Lizzio – University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Congratulations and best wishes from API!
For a complete list of eligible schools and more information about the Visionary Scholarship and how to apply, please visit
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