- Faculty in the music, music industry, and music and sound recording disciplines are industry professionals with experience in areas associated with this focus of study. The UNH faculty includes professional musicians, lawyers and recording specialists with active professional careers in education and the music field.
- Faculty members take time both in class and out of class to prepare students for the professional challenges that await them in this exciting field of study.
- Recording facilities include a new state-of-the-art computer–based studio running the Pro-Tools HD2 Accel system, discrete signal processors from Pendulum and Universal Audio, and the latest plug-ins from McDSP* and UAD, as well as an assortment of professional-quality microphones.
- A second recording studio contains both tape-based analog and Pro-Tools HD digital recording gear. Both rooms have been designed to serve as both a teaching and professional recording facilities. A third recording studio is used for our beginning recording classes.
- In addition, recording, MIDI and mixing stations can be rolled into the classrooms for lecture/demonstration purposes. Facilities available for student’s uses also include both individual and ensemble practice rooms.
*UNH is an institutional member of McDSP’s education program