Shinya Miyamoto
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Shinya Miyamoto

New York City, New York, United States | AFM

New York City, New York, United States | AFM
Band Pop R&B


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"This NYC musical Hydra knows what it means to diversity"

On any given night, you can catch Shinya Miyamoto applying his multi-faceted skills as a drummer, producer, arranger, programmer, and engineer with wide variety of artists throughout the Big Apple. A true musical chameleon, Shinya's drumming gigs include Andean music group Agua Clara and Andes Fusion, fink bands Five Star Five and A.D.D., singer/songwriter Erin "EJ" Jividen, blues guitarist Roger "Hurricane" Wilson, and Fox 5's "Subway Idol" finalist Yaz Takagi. Shinya has also toured around the world with Harlem Gospel Choir.

As a producer, Shinya credits include projects with Toshiba/EMI artist Asuka Hayashi, Universal Japan's DJ Tonk, and pop rock band Jel, who was a finalist for Billboard Magazine's Best Unsigned Band Contest in 1999 and had their music appear in the NBC television program Another World. Shinya has also been active mastering and editing a variety of projects for Sterling Sound, one of the world's largest music mastering plants. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.... - Modern Drummer (November 2005, page 185)

"Album review for Elizabeth Rose's "Sleep Naked""

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By the way, the arrangement and ensemble playing shine throughout this album guided by the very talented drummer/arranger/producer, Shinya Miyamoto, who keeps the action going without obscuring the lyrics.

- Roy Markowitz - Elmore (January/Feburary 2007, page 29)


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Shinya Miyamoto is a versatile New York City musician from Hiroshima, Japan, with a background in arranging, engineering, producing and, sequencing programming (recording, mixing, mastering, etc.). Shinya began his musical development at age four on piano and continued with the drums at age fourteen. With the drums, he found his true means of personal expression and musical freedom.

He attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, where he majored in Professional Music and graduated Cum Lade in 1994. After doing many live music shows and recording projects in Boston, Shinya relocated to New York City to work as an engineer and music programmer at John Hill Music, a commercial Jingle House, where many national TV/Radio commercials and feture film music were produced.

And then, he worked as a mastering engineer and editor at Sterling Sound, the largest music mastering plant in the world. While there, Shinya learned to rely on his musical ability to help him master complicated musical situations. He has performed and recorded for numerous artists and projects all over the world.