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Case Study: Expanding Audio Production Facilities at Ohio University to Accommodate Student Needs

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Creating a recording facility is equal parts art and science. However, designing and adapting recording studios in higher education environments presents several challenges unseen within the commercial arena. In its third major design iteration since the formation of the College of Communication in 1968, the School of Media Arts & Studies has expanded its facilities to include a new mixing and mastering suite, an expansive 5.1 post-production and critical listening facility, and numerous classrooms and additional lab spaces, more than tripling the space available to faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students.

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