Tues. April. 28th, 7-10p
274 Moody Street, Waltham, MA 02453
The Center for Digital Arts is producing the next generation of digital creators and makers. Our philosophy is you have to get your hands dirty. That’s why our certificate programs are intensive and hands-on, transforming the way students learn about animation, audio production, filmmaking, photography, web development, graphic and web design. Our campus is a visualization of our values. From sophisticated multidisciplinary labs to a state-of-the-art recording studio designed by the world-renowned Walters-Storyk Design Group, we have created an environment that fosters innovation and collaboration. Less than 8 miles from Boston, the area is home to the region’s best film companies. The Waltham Campus is blocks from the historic Charles River and walking distance to the city’s best restaurants, coffee houses, and shops.
About the Recording Studios
At the Center for Digital Arts, we have two recording studios. Studio D is equipped with a 36-channel Audient ASP 8024, a brand new ProTools HDX rig and a great collection of microphones, preamps, EQs, compressors and reverbs. The main live room is spacious, and we have two isolation booths, along with a sound lock, allowing for plenty of separation. Studio D also has a collection of guitar and bass amps, a Yamaha baby grand piano, as well as other instruments. Studio F is our digital room, equipped with a Yamaha DM2000 and is primarily an editing/mixing room, but is also equipped with a vocal booth for vocals, voiceovers, etc.
From Points North/South, take Route 128/I-95 to Exit 26 (Route 20). Follow Route 20 East for 2 miles. Turn right onto Moody Street. CDA is located 1/4 mile down on the left.
We are conveniently located close to the Mass Pike, Route 128, and less than a five-minute walk from the MBTA Waltham stop on the Fitchburg/South Acton commuter rail.
There are public parking lots within a short walking distance of CDA. The Embassy Parking Lot is located off of Pine Street behind the Embassy Landmark theatre. The Crescent Street Lot is another option, located on Crescent Street between Moody and Adams. In both cases, look for the parking signs when you reach Moody street.