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Department of Recording Industry


Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry hosted a “Listening Night” on Friday evening inside the College of Education auditorium. Recording Industry students showcased finished versions of their semester-long studio projects to friends, family and faculty members. 14 songs, two music videos and an animation video were played …

Photo and story by Wendy Anderson / Contributing Writer At the age of only 25, Zac Woodward’s resume already includes acting in “The Hunger Games” and modeling for Nashville Fashion Week and Abercrombie. His time, learning and involvement in the Department of Recording Industry at MTSU prepared him for the professional world. When he was …

Photos and story by Alexis Marshall / Reporter Students came to the courtyard outside the John Bragg Media and Entertainment Building on Tuesday for the second annual MT Engage Fest, an outdoor music festival put on by recording industry organizations. MT Engage Fest is supported by the MT Engage committee and produced by the Live …

Photo Courtesy of chrisyoungcountry.com On Sunday, country star and MTSU alumnus Chris Young established an annual scholarship to be awarded to recording industry students attending MTSU. A recent press release explained that Young has created the scholarship to help one rising junior or senior in the Department of Recording Industry each year. “MTSU helped to …

Photo courtesy of MTSU News  MTSU recording industry chair Beverly Keel was recently named among the eight 2016 honorees for the YWCA Nashville & Middle Tennessee’s Academy for Women of Achievement. This is the 25th anniversary for the academy which honors women who serve as role models for other women, according to a YWCA news …

Grammy-winning producer and MTSU alum Torrance “Street Symphony” Esmond announced a scholarship for recording industry students Tuesday afternoon during a Q-and-A at his alma mater. Esmond, who graduated from the university in 2003, sought to help undergraduates through a $750-a-semester scholarship to keep students on track. “I remember being a student at MTSU and (because) …