In August 2013, the University of Stavanger will welcome a new class of students to the 20th year of the school's Music Production and Recording program. Originally intended as continuing education for professional audio engineers from the Norwegian Broadcasting Company, the program has evolved into a unique opportunity for mature students to collaborate and enhance their knowledge of music production and recording through practical experience and research. This paper discusses the program's history including early connections to the University of Miami’s Music Engineering program and the NRK, the planning and launch of the program, and the experiences, changes, and challenges of the program’s first two decades.
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