Arts Media Center, UCI at CTSA
Established in 1992, the Arts Media Center comprises the central music reference and technology resource in UCI's Claire Trevor School of the Arts. Come visit our brightly lit, air conditioned facility equipped with CD, DVD, phonograph, VHS, DAT, and cassette tape players, six-station mac lab, multimedia/AV Room and quiet study / listening areas. The AMC houses a growing collection of classical, jazz, popular, and world music audio and video recordings. We have over 7,000 CDs, 300 DVDs, 7,000 LPs, scores, scanner, photocopier/laser printer (B&W), and six macintosh workstations with MIDI keyboards. Our computers facilitate music composition, music notation, musicianship, basic graphics, video editing, networking, writing, and various interactive technologies. Arts majors may check out A/V equipment such as audio recorders and video cameras (see Equipment page). The Recording Archive houses recordings of UCI concerts since 1969.