A recent renovation of the sound recording studio at the University of Victoria School of Music represents the first major capital project within the school since its opening in 1968. This case study presents an overview of the project from initial briefing to completion, including discussion of the design opportunities and limitations. Acoustical models used in the design process are presented and used to illustrate the challenges faced when attempting to balance control room performance for both research and teaching purposes.
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