About the Audio Studios

In addition to an audio classroom equipped with a 5.1 surround system, the UVU Digital Audio Production program is proud to offer students four unique spaces for recording, editing, mixing, mastering, and restoring audio. These spaces are not only used as classrooms but serve as creative environments where students explore professional audio, work on projects, and build their personal portfolios.

Studio A (LC 311)

The Studio A control room features a 48-channel SSL Duality SE console and a large collection of industry standard outboard gear from manufacturers such as Rupert Neve, Universal Audio, Empirical Labs, Maag Audio, Lexicon, API, and more.

The live room features a grand piano, drum set, and an Aviom A320 headphone system for multiple custom mixes. Students can also customize the sound of the environment with custom-built acoustic curtains.

Studio B (LC 309/310)

Studio B is an intimate space built for Foley, ADR/voiceover, sound design, and podcasts. It has thick walls and lots of absorption for a very quiet, controlled acoustic environment. The control room features a 16-channel Audient ASP-4816 in-line console with several additional outboard preamps and tie lines to Studio A.
It comes equipped with a 6-surface Foley pit and a variety of Foley props, along with an 85-inch TV to help sync the performance to picture.

Studio D (CS 622)

Designed as a small mixing and editing suite, Studio D is undergoing significant changes and is currently closed. Check back soon for more details!

Audio Restoration and Forensics Station (CS 623)

Located at the back of the primary audio classroom, the audio restoration and forensics station is equipped with the state-of-the-art CEDAR Audio ‘Silent I’ restoration system. Featuring software and plug-ins used by countless government agencies, militaries, and national archival libraries, this station is specifically designed for audio forensic analysis and for bringing damaged, historical audio back to life.


To schedule time in a studio, please visit the Scheduling page.

Featured Studio Equipment

Home to over 40 different microphones, a variety of audio consoles, multiple location sound kits, and dozens of pieces of outboard gear, there is no shortage of industry-standard equipment available to students in the studios.

Featured Microphones Featured Outboard Gear

Neumann U87 Condenser

AKG C12-VR Tube Condenser

Sennheiser AMBEO VR 3D Ambisonics

AKG C414 XLII & XLS Condenser

Shure SM57/SM58 & SM7B Dynamic

Royer Labs R-122 MKII Ribbon

Warm Audio WA-251 Tube Condenser

AEA R-88 Ribbon

Oktava MK-012 Condenser

sE Electronics RNR1 Ribbon

SSL The Bus+ Mid-Side Compressor & EQ

Universal Audio LA-2A Tube Compressor

Universal Audio 1176-LN Compressor

Rupert Neve Portico II Channel Module

Tube-Tech SMC 2B/M Multiband Tube Compressor

Maag Audio PreQ2 Preamp & EQ

Empirical Labs EL8 Distressor

Lexicon MX400 Stereo/Surround Reverb

API 512c Preamp

Aphex Systems 204 Aural Exciter













For more information regarding equipment that is available to be checked out by students, please visit our Scheduling page.

Construction of the New Studio Complex [LC 309-311]

Control room one looking out through wall framing to Studio AControl Room One all framed out with Studio A visible beyond


Control Room 1 looking into Studio A with finished wall and window Control Room One with a wall and a window on Studio A

Control Room 1 looking into Studio A with finished wall and windowControl Room One with a wall


Wooden style lockers in the hallway between Studio B and Control Room 2 where audio equipment is storedA new spot for the audio cables and microphones

Audient ASP4816 Console

Signal Routing


Using EQ

Listening to Pro Tools

Headphone Mix

SSL Matrix Console








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