Recording StudioIf our students are performing great music, it only makes sense that we teach them how to record it too. That’s why music assistant professor and Jazz Ensemble I director Russell Peterson created the Concordia 48 track, Recording Studio a couple years ago.
Thanks to frequently updated software, like ProTools, and high-tech recording equipment, along with a room specially fitted with a bass traps and Auralex sound absorption to promote the best sound, you’ll find a full-fledged recording studio just waiting for your ideas and projects.
Each year, a handful of our music students team up to produce Concordia's Beat, a CD of musical performances by Concordia students. The team handles everything from auditions to editing the final piece.
Listen to music recorded in the studio:
“Summertime,” as played by Sax professor, Russell Peterson (all 13 saxophones!)
“Fly to a Lantern,” as played by the Hard-Bop Sax Quartet.
Concordia’s Beat, annual student recording project
The Concordia Band
The Concordia Orchestra: Grieg from the "Holberg Suite" IV. Air
The Concordia College Jazz Ensemble I