Walters-Storyk Design Group Builds Facility for Boston University

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Boston University (Waltham, Mass.) will add a recording arts program to its curriculum in the fall of 2006. Norman Brzycki, director of operations for the university’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts, has retained the Walters-Storyk Design Group (WSDG) to create the new facility.

Recording arts program director Jeanine Cowen says the new program will focus on creating music and sound for film and video/computer games. “Because audio design is evolving rapidly, we were committed to providing students with a cutting-edge facility. Architect/acoustician John Storyk is a recognized expert. We are confident that our WSDG-designed complex will meet our students’ immediate and long-term needs.”

The 5,000-square-foot studio complex will include spacious control and live rooms, dedicated classrooms and related support space. The highly specialized nine-month course will be limited to 12 students per instructor. Enrollment in multiple classes is currently underway.

For more information, visit the Walters-Storyk Design Group at www.wsdg.com and Boston University’s Center for Digital Imaging Arts at www.digitalimagingarts.com.