Conferences

UVU students have the opportunity to participate in various conferences throughout the year to stay up to date in the Digital Audio field. Conferences that students have attended include:

 

Audio Engineering Society Convention

Mix Presents Sound for Film & Television

Association for Recorded Sound Collections

 

AES banners at the New York City Javits Center

AES International Convention in New York City

ARSC conference slide on the big screen

ARSC Conference in Bloomington, Indiana

Audio students and professor at Sony Studios, California

Students visiting Sony Studios where the Mix Presents Sound for Film and TV conference is hosted

Conroy Saddleback

“Utah Valley University - Digital Audio Production program is AMAZING! This program has SUPERIOR teachers that will dedicate their time and valuable expertise to ensure your success and thorough understanding of the technical, practical and business standards in the audio/film industry. ”

— Conroy Saddleback

Digital Audio Club

Audio students can continue to learn outside of the classroom with the Audio Club. Many student find project ideas, internship opportunities, and comradery through the club's Facebook page.

 

UVU Audio Club

 

Audio club members on campus with boom poles, microphones, and audio mixer

Members of the UVU Audio Club learn about recording production audio

A lit up On the Air sign

UVU Radio

UVU Digital Audio students have a variety of courses covering the vast field of audio careers they must take in completing their bachelor of science degree. One such class is Radio Production. In this class students learn about radio station management and broadcast infrastructure, frameworks and protocols as well as creating and editing commercials, short pieces, and interviews. Students who are interested in taking their skills further can participate in UVU Radio, an online streaming station run exclusively by them.

WE ARE LOOKING FOR STUDENTS:

If you are interested in getting the station up and running feel free to contact Mike Wisland at wislanmi@uvu.edu.