- Inspired by Norman Petty and Sam Phillips, studio owner Dean Amos has lovingly built a perfect recreation of a 1950s recording environment with Sugar Rays Vintage Recording Studio.
- Tonight at 8 on 89.3fm WHSN Bangor, listen to NESCom Audio Engineering Year In Review radio special. They'll feature 15 different recordings done by the CT431 Advanced Music Production class over the past year.
- Students of CT431 Advanced Music Production working with instructor Josh Small on mastering their final mixes.
- Lou Clark, respected acoustician and studio designer, will be speaking to the NESCom AES club. Lou has designed multiple high profile studios, including Maine’s own Hearst Studios. Audio students will definitely want to attend this event! The room is Peabody 288. The time is 7PM. Learn more about Lou Clark’s work by visiting http://www.sonic-space.com/
- Need a good post-production laugh? Check out #BadFoley on Instagram. There's more where this came from at https://www.instagram.com/bad_foley/
- Students attending a presentation by Don Wershba & Piers Plaskitt of Solid State Logic (SSL) Tuesday afternoon.
Bachelor of Science in Communications Technology - Audio EngineeringAre you looking for an exciting and diverse career in the entertainment industry? Are you passionate about recording, mixing, music production and audio-post production for TV, film and video games? Then audio engineering might be the right career path for you!
NESCom's audio engineering department at Husson University is unique in its diverse approach to preparing students for success in this rewarding industry. In addition to music production and recording, NESCom prepares graduates for a variety of audio careers including post-production, live sound and broadcast audio.
Audio engineering students receive instruction in recording, mixing, and editing, a foundation in the physics of sound and electricity and an in-depth survey of popular music fundamentals. With plenty of hands-on labs, students learn engineering techniques from expert instructors and master equipment in world-class studios. Following a junior year choice between a focus in music recording or post-production, students culminate their studies with either an album project or a film or TV project in which they must capture, edit, and mix all dialogue, music and sound effects.
If you are looking for a university with experienced faculty, an affordable and quality degree, then you are in the right place!