Musically talented students at Randolph-Macon Academy have a new way to share their work.
The middle school completed construction of a musical instrument digital interface this month.
Students are able to write, compose and record their work with just a keyboard and computer.
Chorus director Michael DeMato says, the best part about the lab is the use of headphones.
""They allow the students to listen to themselves on headphones, I can listen into them and see what they're doing. Each other student can listen to each other as well and talk back and forth... so very interactive," said DeMato.
The facility and new technology was funded through private donations.
R-MA expects the program to become a recruiting tool for prospective students.
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