Not only is it an excellent clarinetist, Leon Janikian in addition has been a teacher and saving engineer because the middle-’70s, playing a multitude of music designs. Originally from Watertown, MA, Janikian discovered the device from an associate from the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Felix Viscuglia, while participating in such establishments as the Longy College of Music and the brand new Britain Conservatory of Music. After finding a master’s level in music theory on the School of Massachusetts-Amherst, Janikian immersed himself in studying recording and studio room techniques. Because of this, Janikian guided documenting sessions with the previous Leningrad Philharmonic, Duke Ellington Orchestra, Archie Shepp, Potential Roach, among others (generally for National Community Radio), and, in 1976, made Sound Techniques Documenting Studios. Janikian would continue to either engineer or make over 150 recordings covering a multitude of musical designs, and, by 1984, agreed upon on being a instructor at using the Sound Documenting Technology program on the School of Massachusetts-Lowell. It had been also through the ’80s that Janikian made an appearance on many obscure recordings with the Boston-based punk/indie clothing the area Negroes (Janikian’s clarinet could be noticed on such series as 1987’s Space Negros Perform Generic Cultural Muzak Versions of most YOUR PREFERRED Punk/Psychedelic Songs In the Sixties and 1992’s Drill down Archaeology 1980-1990). By 1995, Janikian was called Assistant Teacher of Music at Northeastern School, where he’s involved with creating the Archive of Armenian Music in the us (that will 1 day “shop for posterity the aural background and traditions from the Armenian community in america”). Janikian in addition has founded his very own record label, Greenline Information, which is totally student-run (and called after a subway collection that stretches through the Northeastern University or college campus). Furthermore to his several alternative activities, Janikian is constantly on the play and/or engineer recordings, including produces by Erik Lindgren, Salamone Rossi Hebreo, Ray Paul, Ara Topouzian, Yerevan Chamber Choir, as well as the Zamir Chorale of Boston, amongst others.