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After you learn the fundamentals, you can put them to work in an internship with an industry leader. Make your Audio Music Production degree even more versatile by dual-majoring in another field, such as physics, digital media, or business. Need-based departmental scholarships are available. All students applying to LVC as an audio music production major MUST complete an audition as part of their application.

student uses audio equipment in Studio B at LVC

The Sound Starts Here

Work Like a Pro

Start with three studios, each open 24/7. Add industry-standard consoles, recorders, and microphones, along with the software to power it all. The result is up to you—at LVC, you’ll have the tools to make the most of your creativity.

Real Label. Real Experience.

The student-run, student-owned VALE Music Group will give you industry experience right on campus. Lay down tracks in the Blair Music Center with up-and-coming artists signed by LVC’s own label.

Join Another Chorus

For more analog experiences, you can sync up with any of our other performing arts groups on campus, whether it’s the largest marching band in the Middle Atlantic Conference, the Pride of the Valley, or the Wig and Buckle Theater Company.

studios stacked with digital and analog gear
years LVC has educated audio engineers
job openings expected annually for broadcast, sound, and video technicians
Top 39%
of Best Colleges for Music in America

In Their Words

The best part about being an AMP major at LVC is the freedom to use the school’s studios and equipment outside of class time. Being able to take what we learn in class and put it into practice immediately has enhanced my education tenfold.
Zach Krouse ’26, Audio Music Production major
projected job growth for broadcast, sound and video techs 2020–30
LVC introduced me to the key concepts and building blocks I use as an engineer. Courses such as music theory and aural theory may not pertain specifically to recording, but they helped me become more musically literate, which can be a major advantage in my field.
Joe Stolarick ’08, Audio-Visual Production Manager, New Orleans Jazz Museum
Our graduates are successful and highly regarded because we help them develop a wide range of in-demand skills. I can say this with certainty because employers ask me to send our graduates their way.
Craig Underwood, Adjunct Instructor, Audio Music Production

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