Lab Is Open for Business
Windsor, N.J. - Entertainment Technology students are enjoying
new digs this semester. A former classroom in the Communication
Building has been transformed into a state-of-the-art sound
lab that includes sophisticated software, mixers and live
sound reinforcement equipment.
Most of the program's students are music enthusiasts who hope
to work in the industry in either New York or Philadelphia
-- or wherever their skills and opportunities take them. Several
have transferred to MCCC from other colleges that don't offer
the course structure and technology combination of Mercer's
EnTech Coordinator Bob Terrano reports that of last year's
grads, half are continuing their studies at four-year schools.
"There is a competitive advantage in getting the four-year
degree," he says. Terrano's current first-year students
are still planning their next steps, but all agree that Mercer
is a great place to be learning about music technology.
Entertainment Technology program includes two tracks: Music
and Sound Technology, and Lighting and Sound Technology. More
information is available in the program brochure here.
to Terrano, the lab will also be utilized by other MCCC programs
including Television, Radio, Digital Film, Music, and Game
EnTech program will host an open house for the campus community
and public. Date to be announced.
Professor Robert Terrano, right,
with students in the new, acoustically-treated lab.
students check out the new equipment.
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