Among the weekend's festivities were a ribbon cutting ceremony for a brand new audio recording studio.
The facility will be used by students at the New England School of Communications. Improvements include new sound diffusers, lighting and a refinished floor.
NESCOM has been known for having a top-notch technology and a great faculty. This newly redesigned acoustic environment gives students the opportunity to work in a room that is going to be equivalent to what they would see when they get out there in the industry.
The project was pretty inexpensive thanks to the volunteer efforts of faculty members Joshua Small and Brave Williams, who dedicated time to help build the new space.
The new studio cost $25,000.