Ricardo Ehramjian serves as Robins Kaplan’s A/V and multimedia engineer, a role in which he creates and facilitates a wide range of audio and visual content. He assists in A/V engineering, A/V DSP and processor programming, video and photo editing, audio restoration, film and photoshoots, and exhibit captures.
Ricardo also has deep roots in the trial preparation process. In advance of trial, he assists with computer networking, hotel arrangements and booking, and tech setups in both courtrooms and war rooms. During trial, he can be found in the courtroom running the trial team’s AV technology and Trial Director.
Ricardo brings more than 32 years of music productions and recording engineering experience to his role at Robins Kaplan, including 16 years as a professor of audio engineering and music productions at McNally Smith College of Music in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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