Guitar | Bass | Piano | UkuleleIsaac Schanno Johnson
He has written contemporary classical music, electronic music, music for film, and music for video games. He plays guitar, piano, ukulele, trumpet, and melodica and writes a lot of his music out by hand while sitting at the piano (ew how old-fashioned!). He’s currently learning flute, violin, and cello.
His music has been performed by the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra under the baton of Zander Fellow Kristo Kondakci, the L’Anima String Quartet in Athens, Greece, Berklee’s Harry Potter Soundtrack Orchestra, and a number of Berklee students. His music has been performed at the Hellenic American University, the Berklee Performance Center, the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, and the David Friend Recital Hall.
In his free time, he enjoys lifting weights, listening to comedy podcasts, reading fantasy novels, and learning Spanish, French, and Korean.
- Epiphone ES-335
- Ibanez RG Series
- Gopherwood G Series
- Cordoba C10
- Yamaha P-115
Other instruments I’ve got that I play at varying levels:
When I play guitar I mostly play through a Line6 HX Stomp directly into a PA. For home recording stuff I’ve got an Apollo Twin going into a custom PC that I built a few years ago with an Alesis V25 MIDI keyboard and some Adam Audio T7V monitors. I mostly use Pro Tools or Reason for music production, though I used to use Logic Pro X and Digital Performer for a while.
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