Weston Guidero is a graduate of Berklee College of Music. With a degree in ‘Contemporary Writing & Production’.
After the required music theory, ear training, ensembles, and liberal arts courses.
Weston found a passion in advertising music, production, and writing for video games.

The major consisted of:

  • Arranging for a Big Band
  • Writing for & conducting an Orchestra
  • Writing, producing, mixing, mastering, engineering (basic) for various contemporary pop songs
  • Score preparation, a deep understanding of Sibelius notation and formatting 

With an additional understanding of:

  • Acoustics
  • Synthesis
  • Harmony
  • Sight-reading/singing
  • Music and art history
  • Technology (in general)
  • Troubleshooting
  • Receiving and giving constructive criticism from peers and instructors


I first got into music as a metal guitar player learning songs through youtube and eventually taking guitar lessons through Kirk Vickers. When I was 16, I would get neoclassical speed exercises and practice them non stop. I practiced hard through my highschool years and eventually practiced Frank Gambale’s and John Petrucci’s guitar workout DVDs’. Then I practiced hard my first year of college, tried out and got accepted to Berklee (my dream school) that summer.

I’m interested in technology & DIY projects. For example, I built acoustic panels for my studio.

In my free time I like to play guitar, admire nature, go on hikes and hangout with friends.

In addition to freelance projects through my name “Weston Guidero” I also have a music catalog through my on production company: “West Audio.”