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Audio EngineeringNew Sites, New Sounds . . . New Studio
illustration of studio for audio engineeringSOUNDING BOARD: Recording engineer Stephen Roessner works with audio and music engineering majors Teghan Murray ’22, Madeleine Vogel ’22, and Ben Kevelson ’22 in a new recording studio that opened last fall in Gavett Hall. Roessner, a Grammy Award–winning sound engineer who has been teaching in the Hajim School for more than a decade, says the 2,400-square-foot space is designed to provide students with a professional-level facility where they can learn how to direct state-of-the-art audio recording. Also featuring a “live” room, where the audio of performances is captured, as well as isolated recording and editing rooms, the new studio complements a similar resource in Rettner Hall. Photograpy by J. Adam Fenster