• About Mosma
    • Teaching Methods
    • MOSMA Graduates
    • Facilities
    • Audio in Media
    • Introduction Multi-Track Recording
    • Introduction to Pro Tools
    • Music with Reason
    • How To Apply
    • Start Dates
    • Pre Study Resources
    • Canadian Students
    • International Students
    • Facilities
 

Facilities

MOSMA training facilities include three production rooms equipped with a full assortment of industry standard equipment as well as a dedicated A/V equipped classroom and resource area for the theoretical studies of audio production. Our selection of equipment reflects current industry standards thereby allowing our students to train in a "real world" environment.

  • + Studio A

    Control Room includes a Mackie 32x8 Console, Pro Tools 9 HD 2 Accel System hosted on a MacPro with 30" & 23" Apple Cinema Displays. Tascam MSR-24 Analogue Multi-Track Recorder. Genelec 1030A Near Field monitors and JBL 2232 Mid Field monitors. Signal processors by Lexicon, Urei, Roland & Yamaha. Additional pre-amplification by Solid State Logic & Focusrite.

    Studio A recording spaces include a 10'x12' isolation booth and 15'x17' main room with a full assortment of industry standard microphones by AKG, Kel-Audio, Neumann, Sennheiser and Shure.


    • + Blakely Studio

      Control room includes an Avid C|24 Control Surface, Pro Tools 11 and Reason 6.5 software hosted on a MacPro with triple 20" Apple Cinema Displays and 24" iMac with M-Audio Axiom 49 keyboard controller. Tascam DA-88 Digital Multi-Track Recorder. JBL 2328 Near Field monitors. Signal processors by dbx, Yamaha & Alesis. MIDI modules by Kurzweil, Roland and E-Mu. Virtual instruments by Native Instruments and AIR. Studio B also includes an isolation booth.


      • + Studio C

        Computer lab room includes five Avid Pro Tools 11 M-Box Mini stations and Reason 6.5 software hosted on 20" iMacs with M-Audio Oxygen 8 keyboard controllers. Additional software includes, Logic Pro and Recycle. Studio C also includes a 32" presentation display with Yamaha NS-10 monitors.