VISUAL & PERFORMANCE ARTS FACILITIES

RECORDING STUDIO

  • Citrus Studios presently have 2 studios and control rooms with tielines to the Haugh Performing Arts Center, a 1400 seat auditorium for large scoring sessions.

    The studio layouts are available in PDF for download. STUDIO - A / STUDIO - B

  • Studio & Control Booth A

  • Studio A is the larger studio accommodating 40 musicians with 2 isolation booths and a drum booth. The room is 51 feet wide by 24 feet deep (at its narrowest) with an average visible ceiling height of 14 feet. There is an additional 6 feet of air volume above the visible ceiling. See Mics & Pres Below

    Instruments Available:
    • Yamaha C7 Piano
    • Full Percussion Complement
    • 4 Ludwig Grand Symphonic Tympani
  • Control Room A is equipped with an SSL Duality 48 channel console. The room is 23 feet wide by 19 feet deep.

    Additional Equipment:
    • Wave:Space Custom Soffit Monitors: WM-X (Carl Yanchar Design)
    • DyneAudio Air 15 Surround/Nearfield Monitors
    • Digidesign ProTools HDX2, 32 ch HD I/O
    • Studer A-827 Analog 24-track with Dolby SR
    • Tascam DA-98HR/DA-78 24Bit Digital MDM – 32 channels
    • 2 Anthony DeMaria Labs ADL 1500
    • 2 Aphex 622
    • 2 dbx 1066
    • 2 Summit DCL 200
    • 2 Emperical Labs Distressor EL8
    • 1 Aphex 104 Aural Exciter C2
    • 1 Eventide DSP-4000
    • 1 Lexicon 300L
    • 1 Lexicon 480L
    • 1 Lexicon PCM 80
    • 1 RSP Technologies Saturator
    • 1 TC Electronics M5000
    • 1 Yamaha SPX-990

  • Studio & Control Booth B

  • Studio B is the smaller studio appropriate for small groups or overdub sessions with 2 isolation booth. The room is 42 feet wide by 16 feet deep (at its narrowest) with an average visible ceiling height of 14 feet. There is an additional 6 feet of air volume above the visible ceiling. See Mics & Pres Below

  • Control Room B with an SSL C-200 Digital Console. The room is 23 feet wide by 21 feet deep.

    Additional Equipment:
    • Wave:Space Custom Soffit Monitors: WM-X (Carl Yanchar Design)
    • Genelec 1031A Nearfield Monitors and Surround Monitors
    • Yamaha NS10A Nearfield Monitors
    • Digidesign ProTools HDX2, 32 ch HD I/O
    • Studer A-827 Analog 24-track with Dolby SR
    • 1 Anthony DeMaria Labs ADL 1500
    • 2 Aphex 622
    • 2 dbx 106
    • 1 Summit DCL 200
    • 2 Emperical Labs Distressor EL8
    • 1 Aphex 104 Aural Exciter C2
    • 1 Eventide DSP-4000
    • 1 Lexicon 300L
    • 1 Lexicon PCM 80
    • 1 Lexicon PCM 90
    • 1 RSP Technologies Saturator
    • 1 TC Electronics M5000
    • 1 Yamaha SPX-990
    • 1 SansAmp PSA-1

  • Microphone & Mic Pres

    • 4 AEA R92 Big Ribbon
    • 1 AKG C-12 VR
    • 6 AKG C 414 B-ULS
    • 6 AKG C 414 XLS
    • 4 AKG C 451 B
    • 10 AKG C 460 EB with CK1 Capsules
    • 4 AKG D 112
    • 5 Coles 4038 Ribbon (2 are Stereo Pair)
    • 1 DPA 3506 Stereo Kit with 2 4006-TL Omni
    • 4 Equitech E-30
    • 1 Earthworks DK50 HiDef Drum Kit with 2 – QTC50 Hi Def Omni Mics and SR30 Kick Mic
    • 1 EV RE-20
    • 4 Neumann KM 184
    • 1 Neumann M-149
    • 2 Neumann TLM 103
    • 2 Neumann TLM 170
    • 4 Neumann U-47 FET
    • 4 Neumann U-87
    • 1 RCA 77D
    • 3 Royer R-122 Ribbon "Active Series"
    • 2 Schoeps CMC5 amplifiers with 1–MK6g omni/cardioid/figure-8 and 2–MK5g omni/cardioid
    • 10 Sennheiser MD-421 U
    • 4 Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun
    • 1 Sennheiser MKH 70 P48 Shotgun
    • 2 Sennheiser MKH 80 P48
    • 11 Shure Beta 58 A
    • 1 Shure SM 58
    • 12 Shure SM 57
    • 4 Shure SM 81
    • 11 Shure SM 98 A
  • Mic Pres
    • 2 AEA TRP2
    • 1 API Lunchbox with 2x 512 Pre., 2x 550a 3 Band EQ, 2x 525 Compressor
    • 1 Apogee Mini-Me Mic Pre & A/D Converter
    • 1 Focusrite Red 7
    • 1 Schoeps VMS 5 U w/ M-S Decoding
    • 2 Martech MSS-10

DANCE STUDIO

  • A state-of-the-art 40 foot by 60 foot dance studio features a professional sprung dance floor, full-length mirrors and ballet barres.

THE LITTLE THEATER

  • A traditional 50 foot by 50 foot black box flexible theater with seating for up to 130 depending on the configuration. Students learn to work with QLab playback, a central speaker cluster and surround effects speakers. Lighting consists of traditional and moving lights that can be augmented with projections and video wall, all run by students in the ETT program.

CERAMIC STUDIO

  • The studio continues a long tradition of Cone 10 high-fired ceramics, and is equipped with 36 electric wheels; four gas kilns, including a car kiln; four electric kilns for low fire and tile; one raku kiln; and one salt fire and experimental kiln. There are over 35 glazes and a separate room for glaze mixing and production. The program features equipment for hand building, tile making, clay sculpture and 3-D design, including three slab rollers and two extruders. We proudly offer students the use of professional claymaking and pugging equipment, and all recycled clay is free for student use.

HAUGH PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

  • A 1,400-seat professional, proscenium theatre where students involved in dance, chorus, musical theatre, wind symphony and other ensembles have the opportunity to perform several times each year.

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