Texas Tech will be opening a brand new state-of-the-art professional recording studio for students and faculty this week.
The grand opening of the Crossroads Recording Studio will be held on Friday in the Texas Tech Library basement, room 113, from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. Use of the studio will be free of charge for both current students and faculty of Texas Tech.
The studio was built to provide students and faculty the opportunity to produce high quality music in performance and production free of charge. The studio was funded by contributions from Bob Knight, Todd and Linda Smith as well as other funds.
Users will be able to record 32 tracks of digital audio. Students and faculty will have the assistance of Amy Devoge, a graduate of South Plains College, in producing the highest quality music for recording artists. Devoge has 15 years of experience in professional audio production.
The studio comes fully equipped with instruments, amps and monitors to get the perfect sound. Instruments include a 4-piece drum set with reference snare drum and a Nord stage 2-88 Keyboard. The studio will not be open to the general public, and students will have to supply their own CD or flash drive media for recording.
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