Music Industry


Our Music Industry-Recording Arts program offers students an opportunity to receive training on industry-standard equipment. Our faculty are comprised of a rich combination of performing musicians, recording engineers, and music professionals who work to encourage, motivate and inspire the student whose goal is a career in the music industry.

Our program provides students a way to build their knowledge base, broaden their technical skills, and develop real world experience that musicians need to thrive in a diverse and competitive entertainment industry. Graduates of our program can look to find employment as a recording engineer, editor, mix engineer, mastering engineer, record producer, sound designer, beat maker, live sound engineer, broadcast engineer, and music programmer.

Qualifying students, in their 2nd year, may be considered for a field experience/internship component providing on-the-job training at professional facilities.

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You can expect to take a variety of courses covering topics on studio recording, digital audio workstations, electronic music, and live sound reinforcement. For a complete list of courses, please see our college catalog.

Admission Requirements

Students who wish to major in the Music Industry-Recording Arts program should contact the department to schedule an appointment for interview and audition.

Please keep in mind that instructors may not be available for summer appointments. Please call when scheduling appointments outside the regular fall and spring semesters.


Generous scholarships are available to students majoring in Music Industry (recording arts program). Chosen by audition and interview, the students are expected to enroll in all recording arts courses as advised and participate in a music industry ensemble. Scholarship recipients are required to meet certain academic guidelines.


Fritz Martin
Music Industry Coordinator & Bass Guitar
Reeves Hall, Room 232
Andrew Lewis
Music Industry, Theory, & Jazz Piano
Reeves Hall, Room 240
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