Faculty teaching in the recording arts certificate program have diverse backgrounds in sound engineering, theatre design, composition and music performance. Students with a variety of interests have expanded their knowledge by working for the music and theatre programs, Pablo Center and the Event Services division on campus.
Students, regardless of major, have a strong interest in recording arts. And with the COVID pandemic, students have learned just how important it is to have basic recording capability. Faculty and staff from across the music and theatre arts department, from sound engineering, theatre design, composition and music performance, work with students on recording projects. Many students have expanded their recording abilities by working for the music and theatre arts department, Pablo Center and the Event Services division on campus.
Students have opportunities to carry out projects for internships and coursework in the state-of-the-art Pablo Center recording studio. The modern studio, based around an SSL duality console, is set up with a hybrid digital/analog infrastructure, giving students the tools to work in modern Dante-based studios as well as those with classic analog workflows. A Mac Pro with ProTools and a closet of some of the most popular mics in studios everywhere, round out this facility and make it an excellent learning space without sacrificing professional tools and quality.