Eric Schwartz

From an early age, Eric always had an interest in music. He took piano lessons growing up, but it wasn’t until halfway through his time at Lehigh University that he decided to make music his career, and he hasn’t looked back. He majored in music composition with a minor in music industry. While at Lehigh, he also studied jazz guitar under the renowned Bob Devos and played in several rock and jazz bands. During his senior year, he composed a piece for the LU student orchestra. After graduation, he took his first professional composition gig writing a piece of music for a show on Cinemax.

Eric also has experience as an audio engineer. He interned at Trout Recording, where he learned from Bryce Goggin (Phish, Herbie Hancock), and currently works part time as an assistant engineer at Gater Music with Larry Gates. In addition to his studio work, he travels the country as road manager and Front of House Engineer for the oldies band, The Hit Men. His passion project is his own band, Go Man Go, in which he plays guitar and keys. They recently released their first record independently, which Eric produced and engineered. He also currently teaches keys and guitar at School of Rock in Wayne, NJ. Eric is very excited to be a part of the TrackSlayer team.


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