Audio and Music Production

Studying in the Audio and Music Production program at WCSU provides many opportunities to become a well-rounded musician who is proficient in studio techniques.

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Performing Artist Health and Safety Information

Students are encouraged to supplement information obtained in their lessons, master classes, and guest lectures regarding performing artist health and safety issues by utilizing some of the resources listed below. Additionally, SVPA students are encouraged to take advantage of the Performing Arts Medicine Association (PAMA) in order to obtain information about local resources available. To become a student member of PAMA, please go to:

Injury Prevention and Performing Artist Health

Protecting Your Hearing Health

Musculoskeletal Health and Injury

Psychological Health

Equipment and Technology Safety

  • Students working as stage managers in Veronica Hagman Concert Hall must complete a training session on how to safely move the grand pianos on stage. Contact Laura Piechota for information. Theatre students working on technical crews must undergo training on all equipment as per the Department of Theatre Arts Undergraduate Handbook.

  • Students working as audio/recording technicians must complete a training session on how to safely use the sound system and recording equipment, and how to safely lift and carry stage monitors. Contact Dr. O'Grady for information.

Acoustic Conditions in Practice, Rehearsal, and Performance Facilities

  • Although WCSU's acoustically-treated practice, rehearsal, and performance facilities meet OSHA Noise Standards, students must be mindful of exposure to excessive noise levels for extended periods of time. OSHA guidelines define excessive noise levels as 90 decibels or higher for more than 8 hours. For more information, please click here for a decibel comparison chart. Please see below for decibel levels specific to musical performance and listening:
    Chart: Musical Decibel Levels


WCSU Weather Information

Current Conditions in Danbury

Current Conditions

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Emergency / Weather Alert Information

The Emergency / Weather Alert will be posted on the WCSU home page any time an emergency or bad weather causes a delay, cancellation or early closing of the university.

Weather Alert Example

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Greater Danbury 5-Day Forecast

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Slight chance for a morning shower, partly sunny and pleasant.
Partly sunny and pleasant.
Mostly cloudy, chance for some showers.
Chance for morning rain then some afternoon sunshine.
Mostly sunny and mild.
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