Our creative 2014 music students from Years 8 to 12 have worked throughout the year to record a range of easy-listening music. This includes both soloists and group performances – including our own Kormilda & VET Bands.
The music was recorded in our own purpose-built Music Media Studio as part of classroom music activities as well as in the students own time during lunch break.
To hear their recorded music, please click here
Kormilda's Music Media studio is a state-of-the-art facility designed for students to develop and record songs and shoot video clips. It also contains a radio station that can transmit through an arrangement with TEABBA radio to the Northern Territory and through National Indigenous Radio network to regional Australia.
The studio is equipped with a 32 channel Allen and Heath console, runs Protools software for audio and Final Cut Pro for video on iMac and Mac pro computers. All rooms are able to be recorded from so that students can be in separate areas to record a song and yet still play together. There are three digital cameras and a switcher for video plus lights.
It is designed to be a walk in walk out facility with microphones, guitar amps, keyboards drums and instruments all provided. It was designed by Mr Ken Hutton, Head of Arts in conjunction with MKEA architects.