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I'm a teacher and want to know how I can become an education dealer for Presonus?

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I'm a music teacher and wanted to expand my talents. I wanted to know how I can become one of PreSonus education dealers?

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For more information on PreSonus® education products, to share your success with PreSonus in the classroom, or to become one of our education dealers, please contact us any time!


John T. Mlynczak, M.M., M.Ed.

John Mlynczak offers a broad range of experiences in music education. Mr. Mlynczak is the Education Market Manager for PreSonus Audio and provides music education technology professional development and training resources for educators. John taught music and music technology at both the elementary and secondary levels, is an active performer, maintains a steady clinician schedule in music technology, and is chairman of the Marketing and Communications Committee for the Technology Institute for Music Educators. He also serves as chairman of the Creative Arts Assessment Committee for the Louisiana Department of Education. John Mlynczak lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, with his wife Nicole. 




John Mlynczak is a frequent clinician on education and music technology. Please let us know if you would like to schedule a presentation for your district or conference. 

Upcoming Sessions:

  • PreSonus for Music Education

​Houston ISD Music Faculty Meeting, August 15, 2013

John Mlynczak will present various music technology solutions for music educators and will discuss district collaboration opportunities using shared files.  

  • Creative Arts Assessment and Common Core: Lessons from Louisiana

    Free NAfME Webinar, September 5, 2013

    John Mlynczak, chairman of the Creative Arts Assessment Committee in Louisiana, shares the inside story of the process and decisions leading up to the implementation of Louisiana's COMPASS Teacher Evaluation System. As a music educator, John worked in and chaired multiple committees throughout the process and will provide his view on the successes and failures of the system, its implementation, and the impact on music educators. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and share their own state experiences as well! 

  • PreSonus for Music Education

PreSonusSphere, October 24-26, 2013, Baton Rouge, LA

Held at the gorgeous Manship Theatre in historic downtown Baton Rouge and featuring seminars by well-known experts, the conference will present in-depth tips and techniques for PreSonus’ StudioLive™-series digital mixers, Studio One® 2 DAW, StudioLive AI-series Active Integration™ PA speakers, and ADL-series preamps and channel strips. 

  • PreSonus for Music Education

​NAfME National In-Service Conference, October 27-30, 2013

John Mlynczak will host a Learning Lounge to share the total PreSonus classroom technology solution throughout the conference. PreSonus will also sponsor the main stage so attendees can check out our great StudioLive PA and digital mixers in action!

  • Keeping Up With Tech-Savvy Kids, Using FREE Technology!

​Iowa Music Educator's Association Conference, November 21-23, 2013

Our students are true digital natives and are therefore consistently ahead of us when it comes to music technology. Using free software, John Mlynczak will demonstrate how to enhance music instruction, record student assessments, engage a broader base of students, and improve communication in the music classroom. Music technology should integrate into our everyday teaching practices, and can also provide an enriching elective option for all students. This session will provide simple examples on how to use real audio technology to enhance music education everyday.


Previous Sessions:

  • The Future of School Music

AIMM Meeting at Summer NAMM, July 10, 2013

  • Music Technology Every Day: Record, create, share, and even fundraise!

Music for All Summer Symposium, June 29, 2013

  • Advocating for a Popular Music Education Curriculum

Association for Popular Music in Education Conference, June 23-25, 2013

  • Teaching the National Standards of Music Education with Free Technology

Free NAfME Webinar, June 13, 2013 

  • PreSonus for Music Education: Connecting classroom music to the digital world

    SoundTree Institute Free Webinar, May 21, 2013. Click here to view recording!

  • Classroom to iPod: Connecting classroom music to the digital world 

    SoundTree Institute Free Webinar, April 18, 2013 

  • Post Audio Recordings for Free: Using Nimbit® to promote your program and raise funds for your school!

    Ohio-MEA Conference, February 7-9, 2013

  • Recorded Assessments: How to set up student recordings and techniques for efficient and effective assessment.

    Ohio-MEA Conference, February 7-9, 2013