Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences Using Holophone HD-3 Technology

The addition of the Holophone H3-D microphone is part of a “Laptop” initiative designed to provide students with Apple MacBook laptop computers, along with software and hardware geared to professional audio production.
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The Tempe, Ariz.-based Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences is incorporating Holophone’s HD-3 5.1 audio technology into the school’s student toolset.

The addition of the Holophone H3-D microphone is part of a “Laptop” initiative designed to provide students with Apple MacBook laptop computers, along with software and hardware geared to professional audio production. The package also includes Logic Studio, Pro Tools, M-Powered Academic, Sennheiser headphones and a Sennheiser 815S-X microphone.

“We’re excited about incorporating the Holophone H3-D into our classes and sessions here at the Conservatory,” said Kirt Hamm, Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences administrator. “With the advent of high-definition TV and the extra bandwidth and channels afforded to audio, surround recording and production has become an indispensable skill that every engineer must have in his or her bag of tricks. Using this mic gives our students more skills to take with them when they leave, making them even more employable in the industry.”

The Holophone mic is part of the school’s daily curriculum and is made available for student audio projects.