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Vanderbilt students, on the record

Sep. 26, 2013, 3:19 PM

On Oct. 14, Vanderbilt students will finally join neighboring universities like Belmont and MTSU in providing opportunities for students to gain experience in the commercial music industry. Founded under the umbrella of Vanderbilt Student Communications is a new media enterprise: RVU Records, a record label and recording studio that will serve Vanderbilt’s musicians, recording engineers and aspiring music business minds by providing a low-risk learning environment for the production, distribution and promotion of music and other student-made recordings. The studio, built in August, is located in the Sarratt Student Center next to WRVU, Vanderbilt’s alternative radio station.

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Originally published in Inside Vandy

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