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AIMM Recording Studio

Our state-of-the art Recording Studio occupies a 3-room suite on the northwest corner of the AIMM Building in room 235. It is fully equipped with an SSL Matrix mixing board, a range of microphones and pre-amplifiers, and other professional equipment. The studio is staffed and coordinated by Mark Kalinowski (kalinows@tcnj.edu) and the Center for the Arts, in collaboration with Teresa Nakra, IMM Department Chair and Music Technology area coordinator (nakra@tcnj.edu).

The studio is available for course projects as well as for extracurricular creative projects by members of our campus community. To help facilitate student work, weekly Open Studio sessions are available to all TCNJ students. These sessions are staffed by student audio tech workers and scheduled using an online process maintained by students. Additional recording times can be scheduled for a fee to cover production costs.

AIMM Recording Studio Policy

The Studio is used for educational purposes only. Studio facilities and equipment may not be used for any commercial purposes. Read the full Recording Studio Policies and Procedures.

Open Studio Recording Sessions:

  • Mondays 7:00-8:20pm
  • Wednesdays 1-5:00pm

Recording Studio Staff

  • Studio Manager: Mark Kalinowski, Staff Technical Coordinator and Instructor in Audio Recording & Production
  • Area Coordinator for Music Technology: Teresa Marrin Nakra, Associate Professor of Music and Interactive Multimedia

Some of the ways TCNJ students can participate in Recording Studio activities:

  • attending open studio nights available to all TCNJ students
  • joining the Association for Music Production & Discussion (https://www.facebook.com/tcnjampd/), a recognized TCNJ student organization that sponsors studio time
  • requesting session time for a class or curricular project by emailing Teresa Nakra at nakra@tcnj.edu
  • applying for audio tech jobs through TCNJ’s Office of Student Employment
  • attending our occasional Sound Thinking workshops with experts in audio production

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