Department of Music
 

Dan Luhring

Dan Luhring recently graduated from Virginia Tech and holds a bachelor's degree in Music Technology and Performance. He has worked on countless audio recording projects over the past seven years, including ambisonic recordings, a handful of jazz trios and quartets, and a plethora of other musical styles. He studied percussion with Dr. Robert Sanderl and Dr. John Floyd, and he performed a recital in the spring of 2013. He was also a founding member of the Four Woods marimba quartet.

Dan balances his passion for music with a strong affinity for technology. He started programming in 2002, creating database applications and working with Visual Basic. In 2010, he took part in the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, and by 2013, he had developed a prototype for Crossfaid, a PHP/MySQL web application that enables extended productivity and collaboration on audio production projects.

Dan is currently the Recording and Equipment Support Specialist for the School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech. He develops web applications to support faculty, staff, and student activities and music-related endeavors. He oversees the music performance archive recording process, and he handles administrative tasks such as CD duplication and instrument checkout.

Dan Luhring

luhring@vt.edu