Recording Camp

Recording Camp


Our Recording Camp will be offered from Monday, June 10 through Saturday, June 15. 

The Recording Camp offers you the chance to gain hands-on experience in an exciting professional studio environment. Studio Manager Logan Ressler (Millersville '14, Berklee '21) will lead students in experiential workshops covering pre-production, engineering, producing, mixing, and much more! The course is taught in our beautiful Studio A located within the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center and will provide students with a bevy of industry-standard tools to utilize in the creation of recorded music.

This camp provides real-world opportunities to bring your own and others' songs to life and apply your passion for music and tech in our state-of-the-art large analog-digital hybrid recording studio. Outside of industry internships, it can be exceedingly difficult to gain experience working within a large-format recording studio- this is why we provide a stress-free foundation to the recording process, with no prior experience necessary to begin. Playing an instrument and writing songs is a plus, but not required.


Who is the Camp for?

  • This camp is intended for students with limited to moderate experience in Music Technology and Production ranging from ages 14-18. No experience is needed to benefit from hands-on experience in a large-format recording studio!

What will be covered in the Camp?

  • Introduction to basic audio hardware, including microphones, cables, interfaces, signal flow, gain staging, analog workflow, and other essentials
  • Introduction to industry-standard production software (Digital Audio Workstations) Pro Tools.
  • Students will work on recording songs from pre-production through to engineering, producing, and mixing, learning the craft, and applying it at the same time.
Where will the Camp meet?
  • Our camp will meet in the Winter Visual and Performing Arts Center in the Steinman Recording Studio Suite.

 Who will lead the Camp?

  • Logan Ressler, Studio Manager and Technician, Adjunct Instructor, Tell School of Music
  • Millersville '14, BA Music Business and Technology
  • Berklee College of Music '21, M.M. Music Production
  • Avid Certified Pro Tools Instructor
  • Summer Music Camp instructor since 2014

What will the camp cost?

  • 2024 tuition will be $450 with four lunches included. Please see below for the full schedule.
Monday, June 10
Registration/Check-In 12-1 pm
Session 1: 1-4 pm
 Tuesday, June 11- Friday, June 14Session 1: 9-12 pmLunch: 12-1 pm
Session 2: 1-4 pm
Saturday, June 15
Session 1: 9-12 pm
For more information, contact Logan Ressler, Recording Camp Director at