Recording Services

The Technology & Media Production department provides the Eastman School of Music with quality audio and video recordings of the concerts and special performances that take place in Eastman Theatre, Kilbourn Hall, ESM120 and other main building performance locations. Professional audio engineers record concerts and recitals via state of the art control rooms.

Recordings are made on magneto optical discs, digitized and stored on the department hard drive and transferred to CD format. The recordings are then made available for purchase to Eastman performers, as well as to the rest of the community as archived listening copies in the Sibley Music Library.

The following sections list the complete range of services we provide, along with policies, procedures, forms and further information.

 

CD Recordings

T&MP records most performances that take place in our main halls. Performers can request CDs of these performances using the CD Request Form. The procedure for requesting recordings of your Eastman concerts and degree recitals is here. These concerts and student degree recitals from the current academic year are available for purchase at this time:

 

Video Recording

We can create a DVD recording of your concert or recital. Read about requesting this service here. If you wish to request a video of your performance, please use this form Video Recording Request Form.

 

Recording Sessions

We offer recording sessions for you to record CDs. The procedure for requesting a recording session to make a demo CD or album project is here.

 

Broadcast Clearance

In order for your recital or concert to be available for broadcast, you must give clearance. Read about this simple process here and you should complete this form Student Broadcast Clearance Form.

 

Forms

Here are all the forms used to request our services.

 

Prices

Recording and duplication service costs.

 

Format Transfers

We have limited capabilities to do media transfers for the Eastman community. For more information, click here.

 

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