Chrissy Tignor is a producer, recording engineer, educator and musician. She is a full-time Associate Professor in the Contemporary Writing and Production Department at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, and an instructor and course author for Berklee Online. Her YouTube audio production tutorials have been viewed over 400,000 times, and her free Coursera course ProTools Basics has reached over 17,000 students worldwide. She is the founder of Audio Upcycle, a project where she built a recording facility entirely out of donations at El Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
Chrissy got her start in 2004, studying Music Production and Technology at The Hartt School of Music in Hartford, CT in The United States. In 2008, she travelled to London to enroll in the MA Audio Production course at The University of Westminster, and continued to live and work in the UK industry for 3 additional years. She is currently living and working in Boston.
Chrissy has worked with the likes of Spotify Boston, Sylvia Massy, Bastille, Alex Clare, Kamille, Gary Go, TLC, Discovery Channel, Guster, Phosphorescent, Remo Drive, Good Old War, Julien Baker, Lauren Hashian, Choppa Dunks, Tin Pan Alley Studio, The Canvas Room, Sanctum Sound, Eastcote Studios, Notting Hill Music and Rollover Music. She has shared her knowledge at such educational institutions as The National Conservatory of Music (Dominican Republic), The Baron School of Music (Hong Kong), Berklee Valencia (Spain), The Shanghai Conservatory (China), Beauville Arts (France), The Uppingham School (UK) and King's College School (UK).