This engineering brief addresses the refurbishment process of the School of Music, Australian National University recording studios to include focus on the historical, pedagogical and research requirements of a 21st Century studio facility. The brief will first address issues of space, heritage and purpose before considering the acoustic (re)design process. Furthermore, the brief examines issues of technological integration and facilitation of analogue, digital and hybrid workflows. Finally, the brief considers the research and pedagogical remit of the refurbished facilities.
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