Great Spaces For Great Musicians
Our music facilities are among the finest in the nation, with spacious rehearsal rooms, numerous practice facilities, a state-of-the-art recording studio and a highly acclaimed performance hall. As jobs in the field of music continue to evolve in this age of new technology, our facilities continue to meet the needs of our students pursuing careers in music. Recently we have added an Electronic Music Studio as well as a Music Computer Lab complete with top of the line music software, digital recording equipment and electronic keyboards.
This 500 seat recital hall is home to most Department of Music performances; ensemble concerts, chamber performances and student recitals. Its warm acoustics provide an outstanding environment for instrumental and vocal music alike.
Studio A facilitates hands-on learning with training in all aspects of the recording process. Featuring separated control and tracking rooms, it is the most versatile recording space. Music Industry students have access to our collection of modern and vintage microphones, outboard processing, a variety of software, and even vintage tape machines.
Studio B offers a great space to practice mixing or production skills. Armed with 16 channels of microphone preamps, an ART ProChannel and various MIDI equipment, Studio B is a versatile space for students to work on audio production projects.
Studio C, affectionately dubbed “the Cave,” is a hybrid vocal booth and mixing space, intended to be a quiet room students can mix projects from their own laptops or isolate vocalists, guitar amps, or other loud sources.
Music Computer Lab
The Music Computer Lab is a general lab for music majors and minors, and is also designed for electronic music production and composition. The lab offers the opportunity to explore the audio medium through a combination of composition, listening, and discussion, and often serves as a classroom for introductory audio students.
Electronic Music Studio
The electronic music studio is designed for electronic music composition and research. The lab is used by students enrolled in Music Composition (MUS 347, MUS 348, MUS 447, MUS 448), Electronic Music (MUS 410) and Independent Study courses, and offers for students to explore audio through composition, listening, and discussion.
Dozens of practice rooms are available to all music students. All practice rooms include an upright piano, and some provide access to grand pianos for piano majors.
Computer Lab Hours
During the school year: 7 days a week, Monday-Sunday, 7:00 a.m.–10 p.m.
*A TitanCard is required for access. The lab is accessible to declared music majors, general music minors, and music faculty/staff. Music Industry minors are granted access for certain classes.