Studios

Studio A is the main control room of the facility and as such has the majority of the recording and mixing equipment necessary to handle the large scale projects that come into the recording studio. The SSL Duality Delta is a hybrid analog/digital console with extensive automation and HUI control. Currently, the recording system is Protools HD 12 with two SSL Alpha Link interfaces allowing for 48 inputs and outputs to and from Pro Tools with a Mac Pro Intel Quad Processor. The entire studio has...
Studio B is designed for a multitude of choices including but not limited to: 5.1 mixing facility, offline editing suite, electronic music production, MIDI and sampling work, pre-production studio, tracking facility, recording space, video post-production, and pod-casting. The studio os outfitted with the Yamaha DM2000, which is a 96 channel digital console, and Apogee AD-DA converters. The studio is home to all kinds of synths, drum machines, effects pedals, and samplers.  The entire...
The Recital Hall and Studio C, located inside of the Hayes School of Music, is utilized partially for student recitals and performances by Hayes School of Music ensembles and partially for studio productions. The Recital Hall is equipped with a sound booth, which can be used for live recordings of performances. Live audio streams of students' performances can be accessed here. Although Studio C is optimized for classical recordings in the Recital Hall, the studio is equipped to handle large...
Originally designed as the Composition programs Electronic Music lab this space houses 10 brand new Intel iMacs with 24" monitors which each have their own Digidesign MBox 2 audio and MIDI convertor. The stations are primarily utilized by the Music Industry Studies and Composition majors for preproduction, postproduction, arranging and compositional efforts. All students within the Hayes School of Music have access to the facility to work on ear training, Finale assignments for any of the...
The Rosen Concert Hall is equipped with an Orion 32 ADDA converter using ProTools 9, which allows us to record all concert performances at 24 bits and up to 192kHz sampling rate. In the hall, there is a Decca Tree suspending from the ceiling joists that uses a trio of DPA 4006TL omni microphones through an 8 channel Millenia Media HV-3D preamp. Additional preamplifiers are available with the True Systems Precision 8 as well as the ability to interface with the Recital Hall and Studio C.  ...
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Contact

Chief Recording Engineer:
Mr. Scott Wynne
Assistant Professor of Music
Hayes School of Music
813 Rivers Street
Boone, NC 28608
828-262-7503
wynnesd@appstate.edu

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