Tempe Main Campus
CRAS’s main recording arts campus is located in Tempe, Arizona – just a short distance from Arizona State University. The Tempe campus features 6 recording studios and 5 recording spaces.
Gilbert Satellite Campus
CRAS’s satellite audio recording campus is located in Gilbert, Arizona, eight miles southeast of Tempe via US60. The Gilbert campus features 5 recording studios, as well as a 6,000 sq/ft Live Sound Venue.
360° Virtual Tours Available
Student Lounge Tour
The CRAS campus encompasses two locations, both are open 24/7 so students can meet, work, study or simply hang in their favorite environment.
Studio A Control Room Tour
Explore the Control Room of Studio A. There are 8 rooms like this throughout CRAS, each with different equipment, acoustics and attributes just like in the field!
Studio A Live Room Tour
Has all the professional equipment; isolation booths; mics; a full patch bay; Yamaha grand piano; Hammond organ; and more that a graduate would expect to encounter on the job.
Live Sound Venue Board Tour
The CRAS program includes a live sound curriculum covering all the bases from theory to setup, analog and digital mixing, signal processing, “rules of the road” and more.
Live Sound Stage Tour
CRAS has its own 6,000 sq ft live sound stage and venue because like all CRAS classes, the theory and the practical are one. Students learn how to set up and “fly” a line array, set up and mix monitors and more.
Studio D Control Room Tour
Studio D is purpose-built for 5.1 surround and video game audio. Soundscapes, environments, other worlds of reality and fantasy, these are the realm of audio for gaming.
Studio C Post-Production Tour
Dialog replacement, audio for animation, sound effects and more are all part of the magic of movies and TV and that’s what happens in Studio C.