The Ultraviolet Recording Studio may not be physically open, but we still want to make sure we’re supporting student recording artists during everyone’s time at home during COVID-19. The Ultraviolet Summer Hours program provides students with the opportunity to receive additional support on any audio projects that they plan to work on this summer. This support includes mixing and mastering of the final product by Ultraviolet student manager, Jonathan Salama, and a consultation with ODUS staff about additional equipment you may need in order to complete a quality project. Audio projects need not be music-based in order to take part!
All Princeton University undergraduate students are eligible to take advantage of the Ultraviolet Summer Hours program including the incoming first-year Class of 2024 and the outgoing senior Class of 2020. If you’re interested in participating in the Ultraviolet Summer Hours, please fill out the project intake form. All projects must be submitted through the intake form by no later than Monday, June 15th. No need to have a complete project by the time that you submit the form! You focus on creating, and we’ll focus on how to make it happen.