The Home Recording Project Lets Students Run a Radio Station

By: Alexander Lam - Published: Jun 24, 2013 • References: & psfk
To help Amsterdam Conservatory students share their music with the surrounding community, the music school launched the ‘Home Recording Project’ and turned a dorm into a radio transmitter. Students living in the building can enter a recording studio and begin performing. A giant red studio light lights up outside of the building to let locals know that they can tune in.

The Home Recording Project was created in order to help international students connect with the community around them. The dorm that provides shelter for 69 foreign students was converted into a radio station . By allowing these students to project their music outside the walls, the Home Recording Project is letting the students share their talents with their neighbors.

If you’re not in Amsterdam, you can find tune in through the project’s website. Stats for Music-Projecting Dorm Rooms Trending: Older & Chilly
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