The Frost School of Music maintains fully professional, state-of-the-art recording studios.
Maurice Gusman Concert Hall houses a renovated studio dedicated to media research and the production of new multimedia titles. This facility integrates computer-based audio/video production systems such as video rendering software, video editing software, audio recording and editing software, and digital synthesis instruments used to create sophisticated DVD titles, computer games, and other new media content.
The control room and studio in the L. Austin Weeks Recording Studio was designed and constructed specifically to accommodate the most complex music recording projects. A media technologist’s dream, this facility offers a Euphonix System 5 automated digital mixing console, ProTools hard disk recorders, distributed video displays, networked computers, media workstations, and computer-driven analysis and test equipment. Using the superb isolation and acoustics in this digital multitrack studio, students can perform and produce world-class recordings.