Wright State University now has a state-of-the art, professional-level recording studio thanks to noted Hollywood composer and Wright State alumnus Steve Hampton of the class of 1980.
The studio, which is housed in Benjamin and Marian Schuster Hall in the Creative Arts Center, will be available to students to record their performances and students seeking a certificate in recording technology. Hampton and his son, Will, recently finished installing the studio.
“In the United States, there are a lot of universities that have recording-studio programs, but they are nothing like ours,” said Randall Paul, professor and director of Wright State’s School of Music. “We have something that is completely special.”
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