Cogswell College is pleased to announce the hiring of Julius Dobos as Distinguished Lecturer in its Digital Audio Technology department. In his new role, Mr. Dobos will teach courses in Studio Recording, Sound Design and Sound Synthesis and advise on student-based projects and initiatives.
“Cogswell is educating some of the brightest minds in the field of audio technology and music production,” said Mr. Dobos, “I am looking forward to helping Cogswell maintain its reputation for excellence as it continues to grow as an institution.”
Mr. Dobos is also the Founding Composer and Producer for The Creative Shop, a music production studio with a clientele that has included Sony Entertainment, The Discovery Channel, and Nokia. Prior to joining Cogswell, Mr. Dobos released seven musical albums, among them the platinum-selling “Connecting Images.”
He is the first Central-European composer of large-scale electronic/orchestral music to receive international attention and has composed music for notable motion pictures including “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan” and “Paul Blart: Mall Cop” as well as for a variety of television programs, advertising campaigns, exhibitions and sound installations in the United States and Europe. He brings nearly two decades of experience as a professional musical producer and composer to his new role.
“Julius’ successes as a recording- and mastering engineer, film score- and electronic music composer, sound designer and business owner offer Cogswell students a proven model of professional excellence,” said Timothy Duncan, Director of Cogswell’s Digital Audio Technology program. “Mr. Dobos has shown himself to be attentive to the instructional needs of students, practical in his approach to instruction and experienced in the styles of music that matter most to Cogswell students.”