Audio Aesthetics and Technology
Studio A's Tracking Room
Audio Production Graduate, Matt Allen, standing beside the 3M M79
analog 24 track tape recorder recently donated to the program.
The M79 will be spruced up a bit by the students before taking
its place in Control Room A. Matt was instrumental in securing the donation.
Noted recording engineer and producer, Elliot Scheiner (standing) presented a day long
seminar about mxing for surround sound. Later that evening, Mr. Scheiner made a second presentation
in Moore Auditorium. Both events were sponsored by the Student Chapter of the Audio Engineering Society.
Industry legend, Rupert Neve, signs the face plate of a Neve Kelso in
Studio A during his visit and lecture. The Student Chapter of the Audio
Engineering Society planned and hosted the event.
Audio Production students outside famed Studio B in Nashville.
Studio B is where Bill Porter created many of his hits.
Audio Production students inside Studio B
Audio Production students examine the remainder of the equipment in the
otherwise empty Studio B Control Room. The tape recorder is an Ampex MM1000.
Barry Hufker, Michelle Gibson, Vince Sievers (seated at the console) and Peter Schmalfeldt.
The article is from a recent issue of Sony's "Soundbyte" magazine.
Barry Hufker, Elizabeth Wilmes, Jonathan Wilson in Studio A holding a new Focusrite Voicemaster.
The Voicemaster was second prize in a competition sponsored by "Sound On Sound" magazine.
Back to main page