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Hartt Prof Gabe Herman Talks About Mentoring Makers Of The Local Music Scene

Hartt Prof Gabe Herman Talks About Mentoring Makers Of The Local Music Scene

Musician and engineer Gabe Herman knows a thing or two about local music scenes.

Moe Black, one of the Chapel Hill native’s first professional bands, was big in the late 1990s around Wilmington, N.C., where the music-friendly television show “Dawson's Creek” was shot.

Later, while earning a BFA in sound design for film and television at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Herman gigged all over town.

“I would teach guitar lessons during the day, go to class in-between, do four or five hours of studio work at night, and then go out and play in clubs Thursday through Saturday,” Herman says. “I was making my bread playing and burning the candle at both...

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