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Audio Recording and Editing

Find audio production resources in the library, including our Vocalbooth and audio editing rooms.

VOCALBOOTHâ„¢ Sound-Isolating Room

Vocalbooth outside

The Vocalbooth is located on the second level of Meyer Library 

on the west side, near the music collection of books and scores.

We do ask that you refrain from bringing food or drinks into this

professional-level recording space.

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How soundproofed is this room? REALLY WELL SOUNDPROOFED!

It has an acoustic foam interior with added sound-deflection panels, and

a great ventilation system (because we know recording is hard work).

What hardware and software is in this room? 

The room is equipped with an iMac,a Midi keyboard,

a Scarlett 2i4 audio interface (guide), and two external

microphones with stands. Garageband (guide), Audacity

(guide), and Pro Tools First (guide) software are installed

on the Mac.

 

201J - Audio Recording/Editing Room

How soundproofed is this room? Not very! We have sound-reduction panels on the walls, but you can expect some bleed-through both in and out of the room. The VOCALBOOTH™ Sound-Isolating Room (above box) is much more soundproofed, although still not perfect.

What hardware and software is in this room?  The room is equipped with an iMac, a Midi keyboard, a Scarlett 2i4 audio interface (guide), and two external microphones with stands. Garageband (guide), Audacity (guide), and Pro Tools First (guide) software are installed on the Mac.

How do I make a reservation to use this room? You can reserve a 2-hour session straight from your phone, tablet, or laptop: 

https://calendar.library.missouristate.edu/spaces?lid=3705&gid=6252

If you need more assistance, please call 836-5105 or email Music&Media@library.missouristate.edu