Practice Rooms

Some articles on rooms, practice, practice rooms:

Recording Studio - History - 1940s To 1970s
... "live" halls were favored, rather than the acoustically "dead" booths and studio rooms that became common after the 1960s ... introduction of the high-fidelity headphones that it became common practice for performers to use headsets to monitor their performance during recording and listen to playbacks ... all the performers—a major reason that this practice was not used was simply because recordings were usually made as live ensemble 'takes' and all the ...
WNYF-TV - Academic and Administrative Buildings On and Off Campus
... Mason," and the recent addition of two rehearsal rooms, which are all connected together ... Mason Hall includes over 100 personal practice rooms, several small ensemble practice rooms, and large ensemble rooms ... It also contains classrooms, a newly constructed natatorium, raquetball courts, dancing practice rooms, and many other facilities ...
University Of Delaware - Music
... building has a number of recital halls and a large number of practice rooms, most with upright pianos ... The practice rooms are locked and cannot be used by students who are not music majors or in an official UD ensemble ... The university employs a tiered access system, with larger rooms and rooms with grand pianos being reserved for certain groups of students ...

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