Systems Contractor News
- July, 2000

"New Surround Room Meets Standards -
New Studio Includes Pair of Hafler Monitoring Systems"
A picture of the Conservatory article in the Fall/Winter,1997 issue of Tascam's On Sound magazine
The philosophy of the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences is one that students should prepare for their future by learning in an atmosphere that mirrors the work environment of today's leading professional audio recording facilities. It is toward that goal that the Conservatory has recently opened Studio D, its new 5.1 Surround Mixing Suite that includes Hafler's TRM8 and TRM12s powered audio reference monitoring system.

"This is the most forward-thinking of the Conservatory's studios," explained Kirt Hamm, the Conservatory's Administrator. "The obvious trend in audio engineering during the past decade has been a shift away from analog toward digital. We've designed Studio D to prepare the student for his or her career in virtually any digital environment.