A key feature of the new Center for Music Technology

An unparalleled resource in the region

The Sound Recording Technology (SRT) Studio:

  • The SRT Studio is the only facility of its caliber open to the public for use in the region.
  • Our Solid State Logic 9056 XL K sound mixing board is top-of-the-line – it is one of only a handful of working boards across the entire United States. Some of the artists or studios who own the same board include Jay-Z, NFL Films, Larame Studios, and Sky Walker Ranch (Lucas Films).
  • Our studio offers the infusion of the latest in digital technology, merging with the finest of analog technology.
  • The director of the Sound Recording Technology Program at the College, David Ivory, is a gold and multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated engineer and producer.
  • The SRT Studio was designed by the best in the business – Walters-Storyk Design Group, the designer of Electric Lady Studios for Hendrix, Jay-Z Studios, Jazz at the Lincoln Center and Alicia Keys Oven Studios.
  • Our students start in the studio during their first year – the College offers our students the completely unique experience to dive in to their experience with top-of-the-line equipment from day one.
  • Our SRT Studio is the newest component of our Center for Music Technology, which includes a radio/podcast interview recording suite, music technology labs and multiple recording studios.

This studio is a game-changer for the music industry in the region.

We need your support

Funding for the Sound Recording Technology Studio renovations have partially been made possible by a generous grant through the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Part of the grant requires a match to cover renovation costs, and as of April 1, 2018, we are only $265,000 from our goal.

We need your support to make our match goal – please consider giving to support this exciting resource for our students and community. To discuss funding opportunities or personal goals in making a gift, contact the Foundation at 215-641-6324.

Opportunities for support

  • Gifts of any size can be made to the Center for Music Technology Scholarship Fund. Scholarships will allow students to complete their associate’s degree, purchase textbooks and supplies and spend more time on classwork.
  • Gifts of any size can be made to the Center for Music Technology Experiential Learning Fund. Experiential learning opportunities allow students to develop real-life skills they can use in their careers.
  • Recognition society level opportunities begin at the $2,500 level.
  • Space naming opportunities begin at the $50,000 level.