Recording Facility



The Mary Morgan Moore Department of Music’s recording facility is a state-of-the-art complex of outstanding sound-environments designed by renowned acoustician Charles R. Bonner.

Three excellent spaces, capable of recording everything from large orchestras to small chamber ensembles and soloists, are routed through 130 balanced returns to the heart of the facility—an Avid/Digidesign ProTools HD 2 system with C-24 Series board capable of 24 inputs (expandable to 32 with additional Digidesign Pre.s).  A ProTools 003 system, plus various legacy/archival mediums round out the capabilities. 

The facility’s microphone locker includes a Royer SF-24 stereo ribbon type, a wide assortment of Neumann TM, SKM, and KLM pairs, as well as Sennheiser, AKG and Shure dynamic types.

A vintage midi-rack includes Roland, E-Mu, Yamaha, and Korg units.