Hosa Technology Awards 2015 Audio Engineering Program ScholarshipWinner Clifton Harris is Primed for Success

Buena Park, CA, October 2015 — Hosa Technology, Inc., the leading innovator of analog and digital connectivity solutions for the audio and video professional, is pleased to award the third annual Hosa Technology Audio Engineering Program Scholarship at Musicians Institute (MI) in Los Angeles, California, to Clifton Harris. Harris was chosen for providing clearly articulated career goals in his scholarship submission essay.

Asked why he chose to study in the Audio Engineering Program at MI, Harris stated, “I want to learn a lot of technical aspects of mixing, as well as tricks of the trade in the multiple ways you can mix certain elements (with bass in particular). I’d also like more experience mixing live instruments.”

Harris wishes to take the knowledge he receives at MI to multiple facets of the audio engineering industry, including mixing for music, TV, and film. When asked about his professional vision, Clifton said, “I’d like to write songs and produce albums along with scoring films and movie soundtracks.”

Mayumi Martinez, CEO of Hosa Technology, commented on the latest recipient of the Hosa Technology Audio Engineering Program Scholarship. “We are thrilled that Mr. Harris has been selected as the winner of this year’s scholarship. Musicians Institute is a vital link in the education of up and coming musicians and audio engineers, and we are delighted to play a role in helping Clifton reach his career goals. I believe our partnership with MI allows us to give back to the community while investing in the next generation of audio professionals. We wish Mr. Harris the very best as he begins his education at Musicians Institute.”

The Hosa Technology Audio Engineering Program Scholarship is available to new students enrolling in the Audio Engineering Program at MI. Eligible students must provide a completed application along with an essay detailing their career goals in the audio industry. The awarded tuition credit is applied to the initial quarter of the program as long as the recipient maintains satisfactory progress.