Music Technology

Shoreline Community College utilizes community advisory committees in all of its professional/technical programs. Advisory committees create a critical linkage between industry and the College, enabling Shoreline to respond to the needs of a constantly changing labor market.

Members of the committee provide advice regarding the planning, administration, curriculum development and evaluation of programs. Meetings are open to students and all those interested.


Steve Turnidge
Ars Divina/Ultraviolet Studios

Steve Turnidge is a noted mastering engineer at UltraViolet Studios with dozens of albums and thousands of licensed music tracks to his credit. With more than 30 years of experience in the Pro Audio electronics industry, he specializes in mixed digital and analog printed circuit board design. In addition, Steve has expertise in all aspects of electronics manufacturing, including assembly, mechanical, cosmetic, logo and ergonomic design.

Faculty Lead

Jim Elenteny

Jim Elenteny is an audio engineer and musician. He holds a Master of Music degree in Jazz Commercial Music, with a major in Composition and Arranging, from Five Towns College, and a Bachelor of Music degree from Five Towns College in Jazz/Commercial Music, with a major in Audio Engineering. Jim also holds a Bachelor of the Arts with a major in Anthropology from SUNY Stonybrook.

Next Meeting
Date: Friday, June 8, 2018
Time: 2:30 - 4:00 pm
Location: Room 815, Music Building (#800)
Agenda: June 8, 2018
Program link: Music Technology

Past Minutes:

2017-18 Meetings

2016-17 Meetings

2015-16 Meetings

2014-15 Meetings

2013-14 Meetings

2012-13 Meetings

2011-12 Meetings

     Minutes for prior years are available upon request.