This is music technology instructor Alex Cima, who helped design and develop a 16-track recording studio on campus in 1981. The recording studio and control room were located in the Music Building adjacent to the band room in Room 1110. The control room was designed by John Carey, an acoustical engineer who donated his time because he had personally experienced the problems related to attending a school where there was no appropriate recording facility. The studio was perfect for a new class, Studio Recording Techniques 224A and B. A performer and producer as well as an engineer, Cima’s credits include radio commercials, films, prime time television, recordings, and sessions for various artists.