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Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services

Audio Services

Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services provides audio services to the College of Liberal Arts faculty and staff. Services include the remastering, digitization and online streaming of audio for instructional courses, in addition to studio and field recording for course/web development projects.

Audio Duplication

Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services duplicates audio and data CDs for instructional use in Liberal Arts courses. Instructors and departments needing materials duplicated should contact Audio Services.

Instructors wishing to have audio made available online should contact Audio Services.

All work is done in the order in which requests are received, so please make arrangements as early as possible. A minimum of two weeks turnaround is required for all audio duplication. Instructors must clear all copyright issues before duplication. Please contact Audio Services to discuss your duplication needs and to obtain pricing information.

Audio Remastering and Digitization

Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services also remasters and digitizes audio for use by Liberal Arts students and faculty. Audio Services can handle cassette, vinyl, DAT, mini-disc and most reel to reel media and provides either a CD or mp3 version of the digitized audio. Please contact Audio Services with any digitizing requests or questions.

Studio and Field Recording

Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services has two (2) audio recording studios for use by Liberal Arts faculty. Contact Audio Services for recording assistance and scheduling.

Technicians and portable equipment are also available for professional, on-site recording of select projects and events. To be considered, materials must be for instructional use in Liberal Arts courses.  All off-site recording projects must be approved by the Liberal Arts Instructional Technology Services Director.  Please contact Audio Services with requests and questions.

Contact

Mike Heidenreich
mh.sirhand@ mail.utexas.edu
(512) 471-0025
MEZ 1.116