Interested in the recording industry? Looking for an audio production school? Then do what you love! Want to work as a producer or engineer, in a recording studio, in live sound production, in audio for film, television and video games, or anywhere else in audio industry?
Make your dreams a reality at the Department of Recording Industry at Middle Tennessee State University, the largest audio production degree program of any school in the world. Earn a bachelor's degree in audio production from the best faculty and the best equipped facilities in the U.S. Our technology sets the standard in the music business. We offer:
Our faculty members are specialists from every area of the industry - quality educators with real-world experience and great teaching skills. Our program is fast paced and student centered. You'll receive a first-rate education in the recording industry. You'll get hands-on experience with the best equipment available. You'll meet and work with top industry professionals, who seek out and hire our graduates for the top jobs in the business. Do what you love - at MTSU's Department of Recording Industry.
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The Recording Industry major (RIM) is a 120-semester-hour program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. Students may elect the Music Business concentration or the Production & Technology concentration. Requirements include 41 hrs of General Ed. courses, 45 hrs of RIM courses, and one minor. Please refer to the current Undergraduate Catalog for official degree requirements.
Latest News(more news here)
MFA graduate featured in Rolling Stone
MFA graduate Paul Zimmerman-Clayton is featured in a recording session with singer Ashley Monroe. Click here to see the video in Rolling Stone..
Bobby Owsinski Clinics
Author/Producer Bobby Owsinski will be giving two clinics at the MassComm building on Thursday 3/28. Click here for details..
CAREER AND INTERNSHIP FAIR
The annual MTSU Career and Internship Fair is this Thursday.
Professor John Dougan Writes New Book
Professor John Dougan has written a new book about the African American quintet the Prisonaires, a 1950s one-hit wonder comprised of prison inmates. Find out more about his new book from the Nashville Scene and by clicking the picture below.
Mike Alleyne -- The Encylopedia of Reggae
Professor Mike Alleyne recently published a new book on the history of reggae.
Ableton Live Clinic on Oct. 4th
Ableton will be holding a clinic for Ableton Live on October 4th. click here for more details.
MTSU Students Win Grand Prize at 2012 Shure Competition
MTSU students Taylor Bray, Jeff Braun and Grant Hartford won the Grand Prize at the 2012 Shure Competition. Click here to meet the students and find out more information.
Erin Enderlin's Debut Album Receives Positive Reviews
Congratulations to a former MTSU student on debut album successRead more
Ian Rogers, CEO of Topspin
Ian will be a Guest Lecturer and Instructor at MTSU's Recording Inudstry Department on Thursday, November 10th.Read more
George S. Clinton visits MTSU
Film composer George S. Clinton, the man behind the music of "Mortal Kombat." "The Santa Clause 2" and the "Austin Powers" film series, will share his expertise with MTSU.Read more
RCA Recording Artist Chris Young once walked the halls of MTSU
Come to Bluesboro on the Murfreesboro Square Tuesday, July 12th and hear former MTSU student Chris Young's new album NEON.Read more
Grammy Winner, Professor John Hill
Congratulations to Professor John Hill, who won a Grammy for "Best Engineered Album, Classical." Other MTSU alumni also won Grammy awards.