HUSEAC is comprised of several intimate workspaces and an affiliated concert hall. Each studio has its own unique complement of tools.
A quiet nook.
The Ivan Tcherepnin Room
Room 22 is a hybrid analog/digital studio containing a collection of vintage gear including our venerable Serge and Buchla analog modular synthesizers.
The original, prototype Serge synthesizer (center) with some later additions.
Our Buchla 100 series synth. Most of the modules bear the San Francisco Tape Music Center legend.
Room 33 is our largest and serves as the main classroom.
In addition to discrete eight-channel spatialization, the workstation is used for 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound equiped for high-definition video editing.
Room 31 is our live room. It features variable acoustics.
Room 32, the control room, looking into Room 31.
The concert hall we use most.
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