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Hartt Professor Gabe Herman Talks About Incubating Makers For Local Music Scene

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Moe Black, one of the Chapel Hill native's first professional bands, was big in the late 1990s around Wilmington, N.C., where the music-friendly television show "Dawson's Creek" was shot. Later, while earning a BFA in sound design for film and television at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Herman gigged all over town.

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