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Debbie-Ann Lindo-Peterson — Washington Recording Connection
My name is Debbie-Ann and I'm a retired disabled veteran. I have an invisible illness, which I plan to make work to my advantage. I was born in Kingston Jamaica, but raised in Delray Beach Florida. I'm an only child. I have a very creative mind and I'm ready to put it to good use.
I love music! I don't just love music like the average person loves music. I become one with the music. I'm an empath, so I adapt to whatever it is that I'm listening to. I love that music has the power to bring people together. It changes your mood, or puts you in one.
I feel so blessed to have discovered the Recording Connection. I'm so grateful that they are giving me this oppertunity of a lifetime! I instantly hit it off with my mentor Maurice Melvin and I can not wait to start this journey with him. I'm like a sponge ready to soak everything in.
I have no previous music experience. I did however dance tap, jazz, and ballet for six years. I learn quickly when I'm passionate about the subject. I want to become a music maven!
I'm excited about my major in audio engineering because I'll be able to be a part of the creative process of music without knowing how to play an instrument or sing. Eventually I would like to get into music production. I'm looking forward to being behind the scenes and helping others shine!