Stanton Audio Recording Studio
The Stanton Audio Recording Studio is housed within the Michael and Sara Kuhlin Center on the campus of BGSU and is part of the School of Media and Communication serving as both a classroom suite and professional recording space. Students completing projects for a course may reserve the space for free and will be provided with an intern should they need any assistance. Projects that are not part of a course requirement are also allowed for a standard hourly fee.
The live room, isolation booth, and control room can accommodate a variety of recording projects with an emphasis on audio post production for video. The 500-square-foot Avid S6-equipped control room is also a 15-seat classroom with multiple video displays and a downward facing camera that allows students to observe the primary mixing surface. The 1300-square-foot “live room” allows for 32 individual inputs and also features 6 Foley pits and a large projection screen. The isolation booth contains a control-room-fed display making it ideal for voiceover and ADR