The Beastie Boys’ legacy has lived on in numerous ways and now, it may be remembered in a way different from most.

The group recently inked a deal with New York University’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music giving students of NYU a chance to produce recordings in the group’s New York Oscilloscope recording studio.

Jeff Rabhan, chair of The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, took to Twitter Wednesday (October 21) to announce the news.

“Psyched to announce that @CliveDavisInst inked a deal with The Beastie Boys to work and record in their famed Oscilloscope studio in NYC,” Rabhan said via the social media site.

Students will be able to record under NYU’s Capstone Projects program, which demands students produce a “customized, entrepreneurial music business venture,” as told to Billboard in a statement.

View the Jeff Rabhan’s tweet below:

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