Music Computer Lab
Suk Jun Kim, gives a master
class for MU students
The Music Computer lab has 5 workstations equipped with audio and MIDI hardware and software. The lab offers MU students access to digital audio recording, editing, and mastering.
All MU music majors learn music technology basics in the Computer Applications in Music Course and interested students can continue in the more advanced Recording Techniques course.
The Music Computer Lab is open to all MU students and the music department also employs a student assistant who keeps regular hours providing support for student recording and composition projects.
Overview of Equipment
Primary Workstation including an IMac with
ProTools, DIGI 03 hardware, Reason, Cubase,
CSound, Soundhack, Finale and other applications.
4 PC Workstations with Finale, Cubase and Sonar.
Keyboards, Sound Modules and Interfaces
- Kurzweil 2500 keyboard
- Kurzweil PC-88 keyboard
- 2 Alesis QS 71 keyboards
- Korg Trinity Rack Module
- Alesis Nano-Piano Sound Module
- Lexicon Lambda Interfaces (for PC workstations)
Monitors and Misc. Gear
- 6 Mackie Near-Field Monitors
- 2 Alesis Near-Field Monitors
- Fostex Digital 8-Track Recorder
- Behringer Euro-Rack 18-Channel Mixer
- Mackie 12 Channel (1202 VL2 Pro) Mixer
- Alesis Masterlink
- Sony DAT Recorder
- TC Electronics C-300 Compressor
- Behringer T1953 Preamp
- Digitech S100 Effects Processor
- Various AKG, Rhode and Shure microphones
- Disc Makers DYMO Disc Painter
- HP Laserjet Printer
Have questions about music technology at MU? E-mail Tim Reed or call 260-982-5292