NYACK, N.Y. -- In July, the Nyack Center will open a sound and recording studio, adding to the mix of events already offered, including an after-school program, children's music classes and film screenings, according to lohud.com.
The studio will offer students the chance to learn how to create voice-overs and about audio engineering and music production. In addition, they will able to create and record their own music, said lohud.com.
What makes the studio extra special is that students who attend the program have accomplished people to help them learn the different trades, including Peabody Award-winning broadcaster Elliott Forrest of WQXR-FM, in addition to more than 15 local professionals who have offered their talents, added Lohud.com.
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