Gain real world experience in the recording industry. Promote and collaborate with the local music scene. Record, mixing, master, and even print and promote an album. Join Above the Bridge!
Alpha Psi Omega is a national theatre honor society focused on the stimulation of theatrical activities and growth of dramatic activities throughout all education. Nationally, Alpha Psi Omega was started in 1925 at Fairmont State College in Fairmont, West Virginia. Members of the cast can be seen on stage and behind the scenes in Tech Theatre productions involved in projects beyond the classroom to promote theatre in the surrounding area, selling flowers for cast and crew, participating in events throughout the year such as the Houghton City Downtown Victorian Christmas Walk, Quincy Mine Association Haunted Mine Tour, Homecoming activities, workshops, and the occasional flash mob.
Established to be active in the field of Audio Engineering by participating in projects, speeches, activities, gatherings, and meetings, Audio Engineering Society looks to be creative in the design of audio systems in all fields of Audio Engineering, encourage new members into the society, increase ideas among members, and maintain a professional atmosphere at all times.
Husky Pep Band was established to promote closer relationships among members of the Michigan Tech Huskies Pep band through a variety of activities; provide opportunities for musical expression, leadership, fellowship, and cooperation; serve and represent The Michigan Tech Huskies Pep Band.
The mission of Husky Game Development is to design and develop games for business, education, and fun. We work as an interdisciplinary, student-run enterprise that fosters productivity and creativity. Students interested in being a Sound Designer can look forward to gaining experience in field recording, music composition, dialogue editing, and audio middleware such as Wwise.
Sound and Lighting Services is a student-run production company on the campus of Michigan Technological University. We fulfill the technical lighting and audio requirements for many of the shows on campus, including shows in the MUB and SDC.
The Michigan Tech student chapter of the United States Institute of Theater Technology (USITT) exists as a place for students who care about theater and entertainment industry technology to find different and exciting opportunities to explore that field. Made up largely of students majoring in the Visual and Performing Arts, we seek to challenge our members with projects and events that aren't in the normal curriculum and provide ways for them to pursue what they're passionate about in their learning.