Performing Arts Resource Center

The resource center provides reference material, music theory tutorial software and a large library of recordings and listening materials for Performing Arts students. One-on-one tutoring by qualified staff and work study personnel is also available to students.

The MDTA Resource Center is also home to Lane's Electronic Music program which offers students hands-on experience with the latest in music technology.

More about the Resource Center:

Music Technology Lab/Classroom - Twenty stations for students to use to learn about MIDI sequencing and audio production.

Recording Studio - Students work directly with the latest in professional equipment and software.

music lab iMac work stations

Music Theory Resources

We offer a number of different resources to help our students improve their skills. Our library of music theory reference material includes music on CD, cassette tape or record, a collection of sheet music, sight reading and ear training software, and Finale.

Students may check out our CDs, cassettes or records and review them at one of our listening stations.

Music Technology Teaches and Assists

Our Introduction to Music Technology class teaches students how to use the resources available to them in the resource center. Students can even score their own music with our software. For music majors, we offer a class specifically dedicated to Finale!

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.