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Sound design, dramatic writing, and film and television students share the minimally ornamented, functionally designed Hamilton Hall overlooking the Savannah River. The 49,373 square feet is divided among classrooms and studio space providing ample room for the study of film, sound and writing.
In Hamilton Hall SCAD students get hands-on experience with industry-leading technology in film and television classes.
SCAD facilities mirror the real-world scenarios students will find themselves in once they graduate.
Hamilton Hall has a 12-seat Nitrus Editing suite with the Avid Unity System for digital video and audio manipulation.
State-of-the-art technologies support the curriculum. Hamilton Hall has four classrooms housing Pro Tools workstations.
Sound designers use high-end ADR and foley stages to record dialog and every day sounds.