Recording Studio & Sound Engineering
Beit T'Shuvah proudly has a fully-functional on-site recording studio, equipped with ProTools 10HD, state-of-the-art audio interface, top-of-the-line microphones and pre-amps, and all sorts of readily available analog and digital musical instruments. Through our internship program, the studio also is run by trained audio engineers. Residents can utilize this studio and record songs of their own creation, often times born out of the songwriting group.

In addition to an introductory engineering group, the Music in Recovery Program also employs interns to learn both live and studio sound, which they are able to hone through working in the on-site recording studio, at weekly services, and at public events.

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