Recording Studio

Recording Studio

The Recording Studio in LCC's MDTA Resource Center is home to three new classes dedicated to teaching students about recording, mixing, and processing audio. In Audio Engineering 1 (MUS 107), Audio Engineering 2 (MUS 109), and Audio Engineering 3 (MUS 110), students get to work with professional software and hardware to produce studio quality recordings and prepare for work in the field of audio engineering and studio production.

The Recording Studio provides a tracking room large enough for 24 musicians, an isolation booth for singers, drums or cabinets, and a large Control Room filled with the tools of the trade:

  • Sony DMX-R100 56 Channel Digital Mixing Console
  • ProTools HD (24 bit / 192 Khz) 16 tracks
  • DA78 (3 = 24 tracks)
  • MX2424 (24 tracks)
  • Digital Performer (up to 24 tracks)
  • Multiple Microphone Preamps
  • Multiple Dynamic Processors
  • Multiple Signal Processors
  • Multiple EQ
  • 384 patch bay points
  • Tannoy monitors and Sub
  • Crown Power Amps
  • Quality assortment of microphones
  • Mic Booms
  • Yamaha Grand Piano
  • Bass and Guitar Amp Cabinets
  • Yamaha Drum Set
    students working with recording studio sound mixing board
    recording studio isolation booth drumsetrecording studio electronic hardwarerecording studio recording tools rackrecording studio digital mixing console
    mic booms in tracking roomoutside of the recordding studio isolation boothcontrol room windows as viewed from the tracking roomview of the isolation booth from the control room

For more information about the MDTA Resource Center, the recording studio or the music technology lab, or to check current hours call (541) 463-5649.