As a producer, engineer, composer and arranger for major artists including Meghan Trainor, Gary Go, David Jordan, Liberty X, Luciano Pavarotti, Laura Pausini, Nek and many others, and with his own studio inside the legendary Record Plant facility in Hollywood, Patrizio “Pat” Moi epitomizes the best in RRF mentors: accomplished, quality-driven, entrepreneurial and dedicated to sharing his skills with the next generation
Los Angeles, California – The Recording Radio and Film Connection (RRF), a network of unique educational, instructional and mentorship programs developed for aspiring media professionals created in 1983, is pleased to announce that Patrizio “Pat” Moi has become one of a growing number of highly accomplished and award-winning experts that are mentoring the next generation of music and media specialists through the programs offered by RRF’s flagship division The Recording Connection Audio Institute. Moi, a noted producer, engineer, composer and arranger whose credits include Meghan Trainor, Raffaella Carrá, Gary Go, David Jordan, Liberty X, Luciano Pavarotti, Laura Pausini, Nek and many others, operates his own recording facility, Dynamic Studios L.A., inside the legendary Record Plant Studios in Hollywood, California. Moi is originally from Cagliari, Italy, and studied composition, jazz orchestral arrangement and classical orchestral arrangement at the Conservatory Giovanni Battista Martini in Bologna, Italy, 1992-2000, while also becoming an expert on digital production platforms including Pro Tools, Ableton Live and Logic.
“Patrizio is the kind of mentor that everyone searches for their entire lives while they’re students,” comments Brian Kraft, RRF Chief Academic Officer/COO. “And he is exactly like all of the mentors affiliated with us: expert, passionate about what they do, well-known within their fields and willing to share their knowledge and talent with the next generation. Pat will make an impact on countless students here at RRF in coming months and years, and they, in turn, will have their effect on the world.”