Situated above von Kuster Recital Hall, the recording studio provides audition, application, archival and reference recordings for both faculty members and students. The studio is capable of making high quality digital recordings from any of the wired rehearsal and performance spaces, including the main organ studio, von Kuster Hall and orchestral and vocal rehearsal spaces. In addition, the studio maintains a mobile component that records any off-site Faculty of Music performances in a high quality DVD format. See policy below.
Recitals that are recorded automatically include: credit recitals; guest artist; faculty member; large ensemble; chamber; and class recitals. Composite and audition/application recordings will not be made unless you submit a Request for Recording (PDF, 72 KB) form.
Guest artist, class, credit recitals and faculty member recordings will be available only within the current academic year. Large ensemble recordings will be archived and on reserve in the Music Library for a period of one year, after which they will be available from the Recording Studio Archive. To order a dub of a previous event, a Request for Recording form must be submitted to MB-206. At the time of form submission, a $25 deposit will be required.
These requests must be made a minimum of 10 working days prior to the requested recording date. Allow five working days after recording session for post production and dubbing of materials.
For the Credit, Composite, Chamber and Class recital recordings a Request for Recordings form should be obtained and submitted to the receptionist in TC210.
Audition and application recording enquires should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 661-2111 x85390 prior to a Request for Recording form being submitted.
Note: Further information is available from the Recording Studio Information sheets posted outside of M234, and in TC210.
The studio also provides an opportunity for limited employment for a select number of students. Qualified and eligible students are given the opportunity to learn and advance their skills in recording technology under the direction of the studio manager, Mr. Michael Godwin.