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RAC Toronto Studios and Facilities

The Digital Entertainment studios and training facilities at RAC’s Toronto Campus occupy one of the most extensive post production facilities in Toronto. Some of the mix theatres and studios were originally built by film and media giant Technicolor. The theatres and studios have been re-purposed for educational use, to the unique benefit of RAC students in Sound, Digital and Game Design. RAC's extensive studios, computer labs and lecture theatre provide an ideal hands-on learning environment.

Computer Lab Studio

Our open concept computer labs offer state-of-the-industry hardware and software applications, delivered on the Mac OS platform within a floating studio. Individual high-powered workstations allow the free flow of creative ideas to blend with the conceptual learning process.



Lafont Theatre

Lafont Theatre: the centre-piece is a stunning 5.1 surround sound mix theatre with a massive 160 channel Lafont mixing console.

Neve & Digidesign C-24 Studio

The front end to a great live recording studio, this control room includes a classic fully discreet vintage 24 input Neve console and a Focusrite designed Control 24 controller for the HD system.



Live Room & Foley Studio

Our foley studio is complete with advanced sound-effects tools and props. This room is a favourite amongst top foley artists.

5.1 Lecture Theatre

Originally designed as a Movie screening studio for the Toronto Film Festival, our newly renovated 5.1 Lecture Theatre allows all sound, game, and digital classes to review content in truly impressive surroundings.



Red Room

The Red Room features a Protools system, several Yamaha digital consoles, Reason, DP, and lots of room to do overdubs, mix, and design. Other Protools-centric stations fitted with O1V /96 console/controllers will soon be added to this room.