Facilities for Music Technology courses include three industry-standard recording studios; two digital studios and one analogue studio. One of these studios is the historic BBC Hall, rebuilt in 1951.
This is one of the finest acoustic spaces in the UK, utilising tunable Helmholtz Resonators. It is used to record everything from orchestras, opera singers, jazz bands and singer-songwriters. It is also used as a venue, hosting the NAWR concert series. We also have a computer lab with iMacs.
The studios have hosted artists as varied as Dylan Thomas, Peter Sellers, Catatonia. Currently, Swansea Laptop Orchestra are in residence. Students have full access to our Mac lab, which is equipped with industry standard software, such as Pro Tools and Logic X.
Intensive training is offered in a wide range of music technology related skills and activities. The suite of studios at the university are fully equipped offering a wide range of industry standard software and hardware and purpose built recording and performance spaces.