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Krishna Dinata (KIS) is an Indonesian-born audio engineer and music producer whose passion for music began at a young age. Starting his music journey by playing electone and singing in church, Krishna’s talent quickly blossomed. Throughout his school years, he actively participated in the music scene, achieving success by winning numerous bands, choir, and acapella competitions alongside his friends. Fascinated by music production, Krishna pursued his dreams and was granted admission to the esteemed Berklee College of Music, where he was honored with the Berklee World Tour Scholarship.

 

At Berklee, Krishna immersed himself in a variety of disciplines, including Music Production and Engineering, Electronic Production and Design, and a minor in Writing for TV and New Media. He had the privilege of being taught by Grammy and Latin Grammy winners such as Enrique Gonzalez Müller, John Paterno, and Prince Charles Alexander. His studies ignited a deep fascination with recording technology and music production, resulting in him receiving the prestigious PWMTD Award.

 

Krishna firmly believes that learning is an endless journey, driving him to continuously refine his skills in music-making. He views music as a powerful tool to give back to the community and infuses this belief into every aspect of his work. Through his ongoing music endeavors, Krishna aspires to create a positive impact on the world and inspire change through his artistry.

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