Sound Recording Studio

The recording studio at Schreiner University consists of three rooms. The Alex Wallace rehearsal hall which is equipped with an Earthworks Decca Tree (named for Decca Records which invented the process in the 1950’s) for the recording of large groups such as orchestras and choirs, the Dorman ensemble room for smaller groups, and the Teeple control room itself. Built in 2017, it features state of the art Pro Tools, Logic Pro and Reaper Digital Audio Workstations. With a full complement of microphones, virtual instruments and multiple keyboards the possibilities are seemingly endless. Throw in access to several grand pianos of different brands and sizes and you have a unique learning opportunity deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. The studio is run by Bill Ward, an award-winning singer/songwriter and veteran producer.

Bill Ward

Bill Ward
Adjunct Instructor of Music

Bill Ward is an award-winning singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Houston, Texas. He has traveled the United States singing his original music for over 35 years. He has also been producing and engineer albums during that same time frame. He first came to Schreiner in 2017 as a contractor to build the new Summerlin Music Education Hall. When the building was finished, he was asked to stay on to run the recording studio. Music is his passion, and he feels blessed to be surrounded by it daily.


Bill Ward
Audio Visual Operations Technician