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Recording Arts Certificate Now Available

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The HFC Social Science, Arts & Fitness Division will launch a one-year Recording Arts Certification (RAC) program. This new program will be available for the winter 2016 semester.

The RAC program is for non-traditional music students who want to obtain experience in the recording industry, where they learn how to produce and record music, according to Randall Knight, associate dean of Social Science, Arts & Fitness Division. Knight noted that this program is open to traditional music students as well.

“Our state-of-the-art digital recording studio is fully equipped to provide students with a hands-on, real-life experience. After completing the one-year program, students can walk into a professional studio and contribute immediately. They’ll also be fully prepared to set up and run their own professional studio, communicate with artists at a professional level, and record and master production level recordings,” Knight said.

The RAC program runs from the fall semester through the spring. Students can get a head start on the RAC program by enrolling in classes this January.

HFC Music Instructors Bryan Beeler and Anthony Lai are slated to teach in this certification program. For further information about the RAC program, contact Lai at or at 313-845-9624.