SALISBURY, Md.- Are you interested in music, podcasts or videography? Well, if you said yes, the Newton Street Community Center wants you to know that there is a resource available in your own backyard.
Through a partnership with PAC 14 and the University of Salisbury, the center offers a music studio and recording space for students and community members and all of this is free.
The problem is that the space is currently underutilized. The room includes professional audio equipment, an Apple computer lab, keyboard pianos and more.
We are told that the goal now is to develop the space and future talent. “We realized this was a need that a lot of people have, especially for our young kids who love music and use the sound cloud or whatever. We just wanted to provide that professional sound here at the Newton Community Center, ”said community program coordinator Robert Reed. “Being an audio engineer or any kind of artist or just a general creator on any kind of platform, being creative is literally what you were born to be,” said Dhedhus Anumbga, senior at the Salisbury University.
This space is available Monday to Friday between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. To book your one hour session, email [email protected]