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Maintenance Considerations in Higher Education Facilities

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Running and maintaining a recording studio in a higher education environment poses various benefits and challenges that are not often encountered in commercial facilities. This presentation will examine the pros and cons of working in such a facility, including availability, funding considerations, and training needs. The Center for Applied Technology and Commercial and Electronic Music degree program at Western Carolina University will be utilized as a case study.

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