Skip to Content

Sound Recording Technology

students on Retama hall stairs

2018-2019

SRT students on stairs at Fire Station Studio

2018-2019

students in front of Retama hall on porch

2017-2018

students on porch

2017-2018

SRT LLC logo

 

Located in Retama hall, this living-learning community is for students who have been accepted to the Sound Recording Technology program. The Fire Station Studios (pictured) are located off-campus yet well within walking distance to Retama.


Course Connections

Students in the Sound Recording Technology LLC will take several courses together each semester. This allows for study groups and a richer experience in the LLC.

Fall 2019: MU 1115 (Aural Skills I), MU 1315 (Music Theory I), and MUSP 1135 (Piano Techniques I)

Spring 2020: tba


Out of Class Events

Site visits to facilities such as Gruene Records, Blue Rock Studio, and Chez Boom

Sunday recording lab study sessions

Tuesday Tunes

Dinners with faculty

students at recording studio

site visit to Chez Boom

students at recording studio

site visit to Tequila Mockingbird

students in dining hall

dinner with faculty

students in recording studio

learning how to mix sound for movies and television

students at recording studio

site visit to TBD Post

students in recording studio

site visit to Gruene Records

students in recording studio

Gruene Records

students in recording studio

free pizza!


Student Spotlight: Jamie French

Jamie is a Sound Recording Technology major from Spring, Texas

How did the LLC help you transition from your hometown to Texas State? It has been easier to make friends than if I would not have been in an LLC. 

How has the LLC helped you academically? It’s helped me feel more prepared in my classes and confident in my career path. I have been able to benefit from multiple group study sessions in my hall that have helped me feel more prepared for my tests. Plus, the SRT LLC has given me many opportunities to get more involved with my major and the people involved in it.

Who is your favorite professor and why? Chris Bell, because he’s been in the Recording field for quite some time and he talks with us rather than to us.

What is a fun fact about you? I started getting involved with music in my sophomore year in high school. I often get told that I look like Ed Sheeran.


Faculty Advisor

Mr. Mark Erickson is the Director of Recording Arts and an Associate Professor of Music. He graduated from the University of Miami with a BM in Music Engineering Technology. After a successful experience at Houston Community College, Mr. Erickson came to Texas State to start the state's first baccalaureate program in sound recording technology. Mr. Erickson is looking forward to being advisor for the Sound Recording Technology living-learning community.

Fire Station Studios 103, phone (512) 245-8451, me02@txstate.edu