Library Unveils New Crossroads Recording Studio

The state-of-the-art studio, which is in the basement, is free for all students, faculty and staff.

The studio will potentially save students and faculty hundreds and even thousands of dollars in recording studio fees.

The studio will potentially save students and faculty hundreds and even thousands of dollars in recording studio fees.

Texas Tech University Libraries recently hosted grand opening ceremonies and tours of the new, state-of-the-art Crossroads Recording Studio in the basement of the Library.

The professional studio is free for all students, faculty and staff, saving them potentially hundreds and even thousands of dollars in recording studio fees.

"There was a need on campus for a recording studio that could serve the entire campus community," said Donald Dyal, dean of Texas Tech Libraries. "We were able to fill that need with the help of some donors."

Full-time professional sound engineer Amy Devoge is available to assist the Texas Tech community with all its recording needs.

The studio has the capabilities to record 32 tracks of digital audio.

Session time can be requested by visiting http://library.ttu.edu/crossroadsrecordingstudio and completing the online form.

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