Recording Services

Introduction

Recording Services in the School of Music offers services to document performances involving students, faculty and guest artists. In addition, we offer audio recording and editing services to support instruction, research and conference presentations by faculty and graduate students.

The following services are offered at no charge:

  • Recording, editing and delivery of all performances in Weigel and Hughes Halls;
  • Editing and preparation of audio clips for use in instruction, web streaming and conference presentations;
  • Coordination of resources for the conversion of recordings in obsolete formats (cassette, LP, reel-to-reel, DAT) to modern formats.

The following services are also available (additional charges may apply):

  • Recording sessions in Weigel and Hughes Halls;
  • Off-site recording of performances involving School of Music faculty or students;
  • Multitrack recording, editing and mixing in the recording studio in Mershon Auditorium or on location.

For more information on these services, email Mark Rubinstein or call (614) 292-0554.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I insure that my performance/presentation is recorded?

All performances/presentations taking place in Weigel and Hughes Auditoria are automatically recorded. For those taking place elsewhere, please contact Mark Rubinstein at least two weeks prior to the event.

How do I get a copy of a recording?

If you are the recitalist or a soloist on a program, you will be provided a link to download an electronic copy of the performance in mp3 format, usually within 3 days of the performance. If you would like a CD of a performance, you may request one from the graduate administrative associate in charge of Recording Services at mus-recording@osu.edu.

How can I arrange a video recording of a performance?

The School of Music does not currently have staff in place to videotape performances. If you need professional quality video of a performance or event, we will be glad to coordinate university resources and outside vendors to insure that you get a product that meets your needs.

How can audio clips of my ensemble's performance be posted on the website?

Contact Mark Rubinstein with the following information:

  • Date of performance
  • Title and composer of the piece
  • Section of music to be used in minutes/seconds

Other questions?

Contact Mark Rubinstein at (614) 292-0554, or the recording services graduate associate during the academic year.

 

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