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October 15, 2019

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Local grad making (sound) waves

Digital audio arts student wins prestigious national scholarship

Kierian Turner has been attending the University of Lethbridge’s digital audio arts program since he graduated from Miles Macdonell Collegiate in 2015. He recently won one of six Musicounts Scholarship through the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and will be attending the Audio Engineering Society International Pro Audio Convention in New York City later this month to present his research.

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Kierian Turner has been attending the University of Lethbridge’s digital audio arts program since he graduated from Miles Macdonell Collegiate in 2015. He recently won one of six Musicounts Scholarship through the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and will be attending the Audio Engineering Society International Pro Audio Convention in New York City later this month to present his research.

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