UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music, which includes the Schoenberg Music Building originally built in 1955, is currently undergoing a renovation and upgrade to its facilities. The building houses the three music departments with supporting program elements including the music library, special collections archive, auditoria, the Ethnomusicology archive, and offices. Working with the master plan created by architect Daly Genik, the project will be comprised of two new buildings – a state of the art recording facility and an integrated facility with café, practice space, mixing rooms and faculty offices – that create an entrance to the reorganized music campus. By reimagining these spaces, the school will expand access to support an integrated approach to the study of music, encouraging collaboration among the departments as well as among students and faculty. Waveguide provided AV and acoustics consulting, technology master planning, software programming and technology management for the project.