19 April 2021

Congrats to our 2021 graduates!

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Dedication trumps COVID.

Congratulations to all our Australian Institute of Music graduates who celebrated their academic accomplishments at Friday’s graduation ceremony. AIM graduate Antonia Gauci, who has built an incredible career as an artist, engineer and mixer for a slew of accomplished artists around the world, gave an incredible speech about her journey from AIM to taking her place in the global music industry. You can watch her speech in the video below here.

About Antonia Gauci:

Antonia Gauci is a highly respected engineer, mixer, producer and artist based in Sydney. A graduate of AIM’s audio degree, she has amassed credits including Kesha, Lil’ Yachty, What So Not, Troye Sivan, DMAs, Vallis Alps, Japanese Wallpaper, Body Type and many more. 

She got her start at Sydney’s legendary BigJesusBurger Studios and Studios 301, assisting for industry heavyweights including Scott Horscroft (The Presets, Birds of Tokyo), Eric J Dubowsky (Chet Faker, Flume, Odesza) and engineering for Kevin Shirley & Cold Chisel. At the same time, she built on her skills and independent network, working with the cream of Sydney’s emerging artists. She now works out of her own room at Golden Retriever Studios in Marrickville, making it a hub for the community of artists and producers she has established. 

Antonia has been recognised for the quality of her work by the wider industry as well, being awarded the Inertia Group Emerging Grant in 2019 and being invited as a participant of the inaugural Songhubs x Pathwaves event at Red Bull Studios in Berlin. 

Jade Gannon

Jade Gannon

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