Audio Engineering Faculty

Ryan Andersen

- Head Instructor

Ryan Andersen went to school for audio engineering and production at the Centre for Digital Imaging and Sound in Burnaby, BC in 1996. Two years later, he graduated from the Masters program and began working as a runner at Bryan Adam’s recording facility Warehouse Studios in Vancouver. While at the Warehouse Studio, he worked with acts such as AC/DC, Sarah McLachlan, Moist, Bryan Adams, and Mudvayne. Ryan has also worked alongside legendary producers Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Eve 6,…

Daryl Pierce

- Audio Post Production Instructor

Daryl has been working as an audio engineer in Saskatoon for close to 20 years. He has worked as a dialog/SFX editor and foley artist on television projects like multi-Gemini award-winning Wapos Bay and Mad Cow Sacred Cow, a Gemini award-winning documentary. Television programs he has worked on have been aired on such channels as The Discovery Channel, CBC, YTV, APTN and SCN. He has also worked on the audio for movie projects (Shadow Puppets) and on radio programs…

Jamie Peever

- Live Sound Instructor

Jamie has been involved in the entertainment industry for 20 years. He received his audio engineering degree from Columbia Academy in Edmonton in 1989. He then went on to tour for the following 2 years as sound tech with various acts in Canada. In 1991, Jamie made Saskatoon his home where he has for 20 years been involved with the Ness Creek Festival (FOH sound/entertainment committee), as well as, the Northern Light Bluegrass and Old Time music festival. During…

Doug Luciuk

- RAIS Director

Recording engineer, producer, composer, Doug has had a passion for recording music for over two decades. Doug graduated with honours from the Pacific Audio Visual Institute (Vancouver B.C.). Since returning to Saskatchewan, he has worked with numerous acts as an audio engineer/producer. In 2007, Doug co-founded Theta Lab Post-Production Audio which completed many television series (including a Gemini award-winner), short films, television commercials and web-based content. Doug is also experienced in the production audio side of filmmaking, having done…

We encourage interested individuals to call (306) 292-6744 or (306) 220-6944 to arrange a tour of our facility and talk with our administrators about any questions they may have about the program.

The Recording Arts Institute of Saskatoon
1926 Alberta Ave
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7K 1R9