Tempe, AZ (November 20, 2003)–Studio designer John Storyk recently visited the campus of the Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences (CRAS) in Arizona to lecture students on the finer points of studio design. This was Storyk’s second visit to the school in as many years. “We are very lucky to have audio professionals of John Storyk’s stature visit the school and talk to the students,” says CRAS director Kirt Hamm. “These students will soon graduate and become interns and employees at the top studios all over the world. They benefit greatly from John’s vast experience and knowledge in studio design by getting a real-world view of the audio business.”
Storyk’s presentation laid out the basics of design, the physics of sound and then moved on to illustrations and photos of his best work. Students learned about the intricacies of design from the inside, a view only a seasoned professional could offer. Storyk’s visit is part of the ongoing guest lecture series that has brought such luminaries as Rupert Neve, Wes Dooley, Mike Sokol and Eveana Manley to the campus.
The Conservatory of Recording Arts & Sciences