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Audio Editing and Recording Studios

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Fairfield based music performance and sound production students can produce CDs entirely in-house with a range of digital and analogue equipment mastering to both ADAT and DAT formats.

The Studio R103 control room can accommodate a class of 20 students, and employs an overhead camera above the mixing console to provide clear demonstrations to the larger groups.

The associated studio room offers a recording room and attached grand piano and drum/vocal booths, with the main studio room substantial enough to handle a big band or small film orchestra. Melbourne Polytechnic's IT infrastructure allows transfer of data between any computer-based sound production workstation throughout the campus and the SSL console, making inter-discipline projects possible.



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Last Modified: March 11, 2015

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