Since its inception in 1974, the Music Engineering program has placed graduates with the most prestigious recording studios and audio manufacturing companies. Even a partial listing of their employers reads like a “who’s who” of the audio recording and manufacturing industries:

  • Ariel
  • BGW
  • Brentwood Records
  • CBS Newscirruslogic
  • Cherokee Studios
  • Clinton Studios
  • Cirrus Logic
  • Columbia University
  • Compaq Computer
  • Criteria Studiosdolby
  • Delphi
  • Denon America
  • Digidesign
  • Dolby Laboratories
  • Doppler Studios
  • Disney Productions
  • Dorian RecordsharmanLogo
  • Ecole de Technologie Musicale
  • Editel-Chicago
  • EFX Systems
  • Euphonix
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • General Motorsjbllogo
  • George Massenburg Labs
  • Harman International
  • Harrison
  • Hit Factory
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Howard Schwartz Studios
  • Jaffe Acousticskorg logo
  • JBL
  • Klark-Teknik
  • Korg
  • Limelite Studios
  • Lionshare Studios
  • Miami Sound Machine
  • Microsoft
  • Middle Ear/Bee Gees
  • National Semiconductormicrosoft logo
  • NBC Broadcasting
  • Neotek
  • New England Digital
  • Neve
  • New River Studio
  • Norwegian Cruise Lines
  • Norwegian Broadcasting Companypeavey logo
  • Otari
  • Pacific Ocean Post
  • Paisley Park
  • Peavey Electronics
  • Philips-DuPont Optical
  • Polk Audio
  • Radio Caracas
  • Real Networksshure logo
  • Record Plant
  • Roland
  • Royal Viking Line
  • Saban
  • Shure
  • Sigma Sound
  • Sonic Foundry
  • Sony Americati logo
  • Sony Italy
  • Soundworks
  • Stereo Review Magazine
  • Streeterville Studios
  • Studer-Revox
  • Sunset Sound
  • Syracuse Universityuniversal
  • Texas Instruments
  • 3M
  • Universal Studios
  • Vanguard Recording Society
  • VTA
  • Yamaha R&D Studios
  • many others…