Audio Production Students Help To Launch Streetlight Audio In Denver
April 7, 2016
Two Bachelor of Arts in Audio Production students from The Art Institute of Colorado, Tyler Glasgow and Jeffrey Hummel, recently helped to launch Streetlight Audio. The recording studio’s mission is to help musicians by assisting them through the recording process—while making the process affordable.
Glasgow and Hummel’s work was featured in the Westword Newspaper story “New Recording Studio Turns the Lights On.” Both students are working toward a Bachelor of Science in Audio Production.
Click here to read the article about the Streetlight Audio team and their efforts to help local musicians.
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