Clair Global, a leading international provider of live audio equipment, has just delivered three state-of-the-art consoles to the university. These high-end consoles will be on loan for the entire month of February, further strengthening the deep partnership between Millersville and Clair Global.

The arrival of these consoles brings incredible opportunities for Millersville University students. The Tell School of Music school provides its students with cutting-edge resources, and this opportunity is a testament to that commitment. According to Ieva Zake, the dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, “it signifies a significant milestone for the Music Industry program and its concentration in Live Audio and showcases our faculty’s commitment to cultivating a dynamic and innovative learning environment that offers exceptional professional and career preparation for our students.”

Dr. Jennifer Jester, the Tell School of Music’s Live Audio program coordinator responsible for organizing this equipment loan from Clair, is already organizing an overview session led by Millersville alumnus Sam Kelly. This session will be an invaluable opportunity for live audio students to gain insights into the consoles’ functionalities and expand their knowledge in the field. Additionally, a workshop for orientation to the boards is being finalized, specifically tailored for students who have completed the Live Audio 2 course.

These consoles on loan from Clair Global,  DiGiCo SD12, DiGiCo Q225, and DiGiCo SD5Q, are renowned for their exceptional quality, versatility, and advanced features. Millersville University ensures its graduates are a cut above others when entering the competitive and growing audio production and engineering field by offering students the chance to work with this industry-grade equipment.

This collaborative effort with Clair Global is a monumental step forward for Millersville University’s Tell School of Music. It firmly establishes the Music Industry program as a pioneer in live audio education.

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