Sharon Porter is a native of Fayetteville, North Carolina. She is an alumni of Western Carolina University where she received a Bachelor of Music degree in Commercial & Electronic Music. Sharon is also a trumpet player, and started playing the trumpet at the age of 11. Sharon listens and enjoys many different types of music, but what she loves producing is electronic music. She creates original songs using Logic Pro and Pro Tools.
Before Sharon was a student at Western Carolina University, she started her college career at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, majoring in Music Business. After her freshman year, she decided to transfer to Western Carolina University and major in Commercial and Electronic Music.
During her time as a student at Western Carolina, Sharon has been a part of the Pride of the Mountains Marching Band, Symphony Band and Trumpet Ensemble. She has performed several exhibition performances with the Pride of the Mountains Marching Band, including BOA Regionals in Atlanta, Georgia, BOA Grand Nationals in Indianapolis, Indiana, and also marching in the 88th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City. She also performed with the Western Carolina Trumpet Ensemble at the Southeastern Trumpet Festival in Athens, Georgia.
As a Commercial and Electronic Music major, she has wrote and composed several songs on DAWs such as Pro Tools, Digital Performer and Logic. While at WCU, Sharon wrote a song to be used for an episode on UNC-TV. The episode featured Kurt D. Michael, a professor at Appalachian State University who received the James E. Holshouser Award. She also composed original music to be used for animations at the .MOV exhibition at Western Carolina University.