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Gary Atkins

Composer - Guitarist - Pianist

  • The monitors and mics by Prodipe get me the sound I’ve always been after.

    In my studio, I use the Prodipe Monitoring Pack (the Pro 10S subwoofer and the Pro 5 and Pro 8 speakers). This system allows me to monitor at low volumes without suffering from ear fatigue, and create the mixes I need. As Technology Coordinator of the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto), I use the same monitoring system and mics ( STC-3D MK2 LanenRSL Lanen and TT1 Lanen).

    At the Conservatory, we record everything from solo performances to full orchestras, and our Prodipe equipment is part of the tools we use to consistently deliver quality recordings.

    For live performances, I love the sound of the TT1, a truly quality dynamic mic. For softer, more velvety recordings, I always use the RSL Lanen ribbon mic."


Gary Atkins is a composer, guitarist, keyboardist, arranger, orchestrator, copyist, and computer specialist who has worked in Theatre, Television, Film and Multimedia.

A MacProVideo Trainer Gary has created tutorials that have been used by people around the world. Gary co-wrote the music for the CTV series Creepy Canada with Martin Deller.

He has assisted and acted as copyist for some of Canada's award-winning composers (John Welsman, Paul Hoffert and Glenn Morley). Currently, Gary is the Technology Co-ordinator for the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto) and teaches Music Technology at Humber College.

He is highly regarded as a trainer, and has been sought after by awarding composers such as Joe Sealy (Jazz Pianist), Glenn Morley (Genie Award winner), David Blumberg (Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, American Idol), Yves Frulla (Celine Dion Band: Keyboard Player), Clarence McDonald (James Taylor, Aretha Franklin, Barbara Streisand) and others to provide training for individual users and groups in how to use Sibelius and other software.

In 2007 Gary was made an Apple Distinguished Educator, and has presented at conferences across North America including the 2008 National Educators Computer Conference in San Antonio.