Music Technology Studio
The Music Technology Studio is a computer lab for hands-on work in music technology and music theory courses that helps to facilitate creative musical expression and develop digital musicianship. Thanks to a generous gift from Kurt and Kathy Hillig, the space is outfitted with state of the art software and hardware, including fifteen iMacs, Focusrite audio interfaces, microphones, and a variety of MIDI controllers.
The Music Department's Tech Booth is a high-quality audio production space overlooking the Fred L. Emerson Foundation Auditorium. With a multi-channel digital system connecting the two spaces, faculty and students can make high fidelity recordings of both studio sessions and live performances.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of the Taylor Music Center, the Advanced Studio is a private space for advanced student work featuring an iMac computer station outfitted with the same software and hardware technology as the computers in the Music Technology Studio. The Advanced Studio includes Genelec and Neumann speakers that enable an ideal environment for concentrated audio monitoring and music production.