Recording Arts and Production
Oberlin Conservatory’s renowned recording studio Clonick Hall is home to instruction in Recording Arts and Production. Eight additional concert venues across campus provide a robust training ground for recording acoustic music, ranging from full symphony orchestras to chamber music and jazz combos.
Through group and individualized instruction, hands-on opportunities to record a multitude of styles, and exposure to Grammy Award-winning engineers and producers, students who complete this program are poised for audio careers that demand the highest level of expertise.
Record with Incredible Musicians
Through projects on the Oberlin Music recording label, live concerts for annual programming in the Conservatory of Music, and a growing number of film productions, there is no shortage of opportunities to collaborate with a broad range of performing and creative artists.
Course of Study
“The simplest way to make a recording is to truly understand the process from start to finish. Any time we spend grappling with technical issues is time spent not fully invested in the music. Once all the barriers between technology and music are torn down, we find ourselves in a much better position to explore recording as an art.”
Recording Arts and Production News
April 21, 2020
February 17, 2020
How to Apply
Learn about the online application, interviewing, and other aspects of the admissions process.