Nottingham University has expanded its Music Technology provision by building a cool new recording studio, and live room.
International studio design consultancy White Mark handled the acoustic design and technical specification.
The studio is situated next to the University’s 200-seat Djanogly Recital Hall. Performances in the Hall can now be recorded to a professional standard.
Alongside Music Technology degree students, the studio is also being used by students on the existing Music BA course, as well as post-graduates who specialise in electronic composition and/or sound recording.
The students love the space and everyone who visits the department is thoroughly impressed with the new facilities. Currently, the Music Production students are recording a wide variety of ensembles made up of Music degree students for a festival of music composed for silent films.
They are also recording more traditional band set-ups for their portfolios.