Welcome to the Recording Studios Showcase

These original audio and video works were produced by Northeastern students in the Library’s studios or in classes with staff assistance. Whether for class assignment or personal enrichment, these samples represent the diversity of creative talent on our campus. To submit work produced in the Studios, review this criteria and use this form. For further questions, please contact Jonathan Iannone, Recording Studio Supervisor: j.iannone@northeastern.edu.

Protect The Pack - A Tribute to Audio Recording During the Pandemic

Protect The Pack Single

The Making of Protect The Pack

Video Projects

"In Plain Sight" A documentary by Antonio Banrey

Music video for "Kaleidoscope" by The Love Below

Caribbean American Foundation News Report from JRNL 5314 section, Spring 2020.

Green Line Record's Emerald Session Featuring Red Saydez.

Petrina Danardatu's "Songs of Love" session for International Student week, Fall 2019.

Pre-Production for Video: Episode 1 by Antonio Banrey

Latinx Community Center at Northeastern. From the Department of English's Writing and Community Engagement course taught by Sarah Finn, Spring 2019.

Chicken Slacks perform at the Cantab, Cambridge MA. From Francesca Inglese's Musical Communities of Boston Musicology Class, Spring 2019. (Field Recording)

caliibri - Got To Feel It.

From David Herlihy's Music Industry Class, The Record Industry, Spring 2019.


A podcast dedicated to the conversations surrounding the vast and varied topics related to identity in the workplace and building a resilient future fueled by individual passion and purpose. 



Student final podcast assignment from ENGW 1110 analyzing the ongoing protests of George Floyd's murder.

Landscape Dialogues 2021 is a podcast created by students in Nicholas Brown’s class, “Cities, Landscape, and Contemporary Culture” (LARC2340), which is offered every spring in the School of Architecture at Northeastern University in Boston. The class focuses on contemporary urban design and climate justice.

As part of a class project, 10th and 11th grade English students at Thomas Jefferson High School in Richmond, Virginia were tasked with researching, writing, and recording an episode of a podcast on a topic of their choice. hank you to Jon Reed, Digital Media and Audio Production Specialist at Northeastern University Library, for assisting our students with the production of their podcasts.

What's New Podcast, and exploration of new ideas and discoveries from Northeastern University Library.

The Interventions Podcast is written by students from Scout, Northeastern's student led design studio and recorded at Snell Library Studios.

"Death by Chocolate" podcast episode from Advanced Writing for the Disciplines taught by Elly Jackson, Summer 2019.

Recorded in the Audio Studio