Josh Antonuccio has spent over two decades in the music industry across multiple roles: music producer, musician, audio specialist, studio owner, and media journalist. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Josh has worked extensively in higher education for over 15 years, establishing innovative curriculums and developing the expansion of experience-based music and media industry education.
He currently serves as the director of the School of Media Arts & Studies and is an Associate Professor in music production and music industry at Ohio University. He is the co-founder and director of the annual Ohio University Music Industry Summit, a popular Midwest music industry conference that welcomes major artists and a host of national and regional music industry leaders to Ohio University.
He has created and oversees numerous industry engagement courses including the OHIO South by Southwest trip and masterclasses with leading producers and mixers including Jim Eno of Spoon (Austin, TX), Joel Hamilton (NYC), and 7-time GRAMMY winner Michael Brauer (NYC). Additionally, he is the faculty director of the student-run record label Brick City Records and produces the Emmy-nominated Sycamore Sessions, shot live at the Nelsonville Music Festival.
Josh was the owner and operator of 3 Elliott Studio, a thriving music and post-production studio in Athens, which had served as his creative home since 2001. During that time, he worked as a producer and engineer with a multitude of signed and independent artists and was a sound designer for both short and feature-length films.
He is a Grammy-Voting member of The Recording Academy, an ASCAP-affiliated songwriter, and a member of the AES education committee.