Bachelor of Science in Recording Arts At The Indiana University in Bloomington
107 S Indiana Ave
United States of America
“Established in 1982, the Department of Recording Arts offers two degrees in Recording Arts: a Bachelor of Science, and an Associate of Science. These degrees are intended for the student who wishes to pursue a career in music recording, audio post-production for CD, DVD, television and film; live sound, technical support, and IT applications in audio.
Our educational philosophy emphasizes hands-on production experience from the very first semester. For this reason our program is small, limited to 15 incoming students each year. This guarantees that every student will spend a significant amount of time working in our studios, in excess of 1000 hours over four years. Coursework and lab projects are drawn from the resources of the Jacobs School of Music so in addition to working regularly in our studios, students get to record and in come cases collaborate directly with our world-class faculty, guests and students. Juniors and seniors have the opportunity to work as producers and engineers on university-sponsored CD projects. Our record label, IU Music, has released over 50 discs, all of which have been recorded and in some cases produced by Recording Arts students.”
You might also be interested in: