Department of Music Facilities
Music Resource Center
The Music Resource Center contains professional journals, catalogs, music scores, and music education materials available for student use. The room is also equipped for listening to or viewing records, tapes, CDs, VHS videos and DVDs. The resource center works in conjunction with the Carl Swisher Learning Resource Center/Library, the main library on campus. The Swisher Library houses numerous music reference books, journals, and non-print media and maintains listening/viewing facilities, computers, typewriters, and meeting rooms. Students are allowed to check out certain materials as approved by the Carl Swisher and/or Music Resource Center librarians. The Department of Music houses two special holdings. The Black Music Research Collection contains books, scores, CDs and tapes concerning African American music. The James Alvin Clark Jazz Collection contains some rare LP recordings reflecting the history of jazz. Both are housed in the Music Resource Center.
Department of Music Computer Labs
234, 235 Handfield
The Department of Music Computer Labs house the latest Apple computers, MIDI controllers, and music-based software. The lab is used for instruction and open to student use.
118, 119 Robinson
Robinson 118 and 119 are equipped with a Pro Tools HD Native System and are capable of MIDI production, vocal production, and mixing.
Located in Robinson 120, the Piano Laboratory has digital pianos that are used for Class Piano and Music Education methods classes
Audio-Logic Sound Studios
Located at 418 Fremont Ave., Suite B, the Audio-Logic Recording Studio provides students with advanced music production and audio recording experiences in a real world facility. The studio employs a Pro Tools HD System with a Control 24 Console, and is equipped with a full trap set, piano, and an extensive microphone cabinet
Practice rooms with and without pianos are available to Music Majors for daily practice. Keys are assigned by the Music Office; a small deposit is required.