The certificate in Audio and Recording Production is open to the local community and inclined matriculated students interested in music recording and production in a studio setting. The program makes use of SSU's Walford Recording Studio in Ives Hall, Room 32, which is newly renovated and updated with high level, state-of-the-art, 24-channel Pro-Tools, Mac-based equipment, and integrated with Red-Net ability to record from the Green Music Center's Weill and Schroeder Halls. Students will use the recording studio as a lab to produce music as part of a formalized curriculum.
The certificate program consists of two courses:
•Audio & Recording Production I (MUS 159)
•Audio and Recording Production II (MUS 359)
A faculty coordinator from the Department of Music determines the eligibility of prospective students through a screening and application process. Students who successfully complete both courses will be awarded a certificate.
Contact Professor Thom Limbert for more information