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Electronic Music Studios

Overview: 

The Electronic Music Studios in the ASU Herberger Institute School of Music consist of four separate spaces devoted to the exploration of computer technology in musical composition. Located in a separate wing of the Music Building, these studios were designed to optimal acoustical conditions with amenities such as double-block walls, floating floors, double windows and doors, specialized lighting systems and mazed ventilation.

ADDRESS

Music W230-W233
50 Gammage Parkway
Tempe, AZ 85281

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HOURS

Access by electronic card reader 24 hours per day.

CONTACT

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Technical Specification: 

Studio 1 functions as a teaching/lab facility for beginning students in electronic music. Classes in this space emphasize basic studio techniques including hard disc recording, MIDI sequencing and present an introduction to computer sound generation. In addition to an assortment of hardware synthesizers, including a vintage Roland System 700 analog synthesizer, the studio equipment includes current Macintosh computers, a ProTools recording system, Soundcraft 24x8x2 mixing board, Hafler amplifiers and Tannoy speakers.

Studio 2 is currently used as a sound recording and editing facility.

Studio 3 is currently used by the Herberger Institute Dance to teach classes in sound design.

Studio 4 is the primary facility for more advanced students. Classes in this space are structured to teach the principals of Max/MSP, CSound and elements relating to sound spatialization. Although there is some incidental synthesizer hardware, the emphasis is on computer sound generation. Primary equipment includes current Macintosh computers, a ProTools recording system, Mackie D8b mixer and a Genelec 8050A 6.1 speaker system.

 

 

 

 

PARKING

Visitor Lot
Monday – Saturday, 7 a.m.–10 p.m.  Sunday FREE$3 per hour, up to $15 per day
Payment: Machine, Card  (license plate number)Due to construction, weekday parking may be limited.
10th Street Structure
Monday-Friday, 24 hrs a day$3 per hour, up to $15 per dayFREE Saturday – Sunday.
Gammage Lot
Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.$3 per hour
Parking is free after 7 p.m. for School of Music events on evenings and weekends when there are not ASU Gammage Broadway Tour events.
Lot 9
Paid parking 5 p.m. - 7 p.m., Monday - Wednesday and Friday.$3 per hour
Lot not available until 7 p.m. on ThursdayFree parking after 7 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Free on weekends when there are no ASU Gammage Broadway Tour events.
Apache Blvd. Structure
Monday-Friday, 24 hrs a day$3 per hour, up to $15 per dayParking is free for School of Music events on weekends when there are not ASU Gammage Broadway Tour Events.

Please check the pay stations to ensure proper payment. Pay stations require license plate number rather than space number. Weekend days may be open parking, except when restricted for special events.
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