About RobKellySound

I am a versatile sound engineer, working with classical, rock, traditional Irish and pop musicians for nearly a decade. I have also work in radio production for news, current affairs and mixed radio drama. Clients include The Ulster String Quartet, Salford Choral Society, Callous Crows, Rickshaw, The Queen’s University Brass Band and many more. I have also worked on animations which have been nominated for the Royal Television Society Awards. I am also a further and higher education teacher in the subject area of audio technology.

I am a graduate of Ballyfermot College, The Sonic Arts Research Centre at Queen’s University Belfast and Salford University at their MediaCityUK campus.

I am a fully registered with The Teaching Council of Ireland in adult education and teach audio production across Further and Higher Education subject areas.

As part of my Master of Science degree in Audio, I undertook an original research project to critically compare multi-microphone surround sound recording techniques with the Soundfield system. You can read the dissertation here. I have further interests in hearing health, which is under threat as our world gets louder. I wrote a piece for TheJournal.ie in 2014 which aims to raise awareness of hearing damage, which can be read here.