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Media Arts & Studies Masterclass Series

OHIO's Media Arts & Studies (MDIA) program offers masterclasses that opens the opportunity for Ohio University students to work side-by-side with a notable music producer for one week, allowing them to serve in an apprenticeship role as a team during recording and mixing session. Students have visited places like Public Hi-Fi in Austin, Texas to work alongside famed producer/dummer, Jim Eno; as well as New York City to work alongside Joel Hamilton, a Brooklyn-based record producer, engineer, and musician, is the co-owner of Studio G Brooklyn.

Joel Hamilton Masterclass (Brooklyn)Jim Eno Masterclass (Texas)



Fall, Spring

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Students will take the MDIA 4903 to earn a total of 3 credit hours.

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"I’ve never had this close of an encounter with a producer of anywhere near that magnitude. The biggest takeaway I had was right at the beginning when he used arrangement and conversation with the musician to shape the mix. There was very little just recording to see what fits." —Keith Miller, a music production student

"This was an experience that I will never forget, and I simply can’t believe that I got to be a part of it. In six days, I have never learned as much as I did in Public Hi-Fi studio. Every time I enter the studio or even my at-home studio, I will bring my new knowledge with me. I will forever be grateful that I was able to be a part of such an eye-opening and intense learning experience." —Mariana Stockman, music production and recording industry major 

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