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Exchange Equipment Spotlight: Audio Studio

Take your creativity to the next level with the resources available at the new Exchange building! Makers have been exploring all the equipment and spaces we have available for La Porte County residents. This month we’re showcasing the Audio Studio.

 

What is the Audio Studio used for?

Are you interested in utilizing a sound-proofed practice space to learn a new musical instrument? Do you need to record audio tracks for a class or work project? The Audio Studio at the LPCPL Exchange is available to record and edit a variety of projects like podcast recordings, interviews, music equipment recordings, vocal demos, and more! The reservable space allows you to book your visit ahead of time so you can have a quiet space to focus on your recording and editing at your own pace.

 

Editing Software

The studio comes equipped with an iMac and the following editing and recording software:

  •         Audition from Adobe Creative Cloud Suite
  •         Audacity
  •         GarageBand
  •         Logic Pro X

 Visit our online Audio Studio course to learn more about how to use these tools for your project.

 

Equipment

Bring your own equipment or use some of the equipment we have available to record your pieces.

  •         3 Shure SM7B Cardiod Dynamic Vocal Microphones
  •         Focusrite Scarlett 18i8 USB Audio Interface
  •         XLR cords and preamps
  •         3 headphones for sound monitoring

 

How to Become a Maker at the Exchange

We’re excited to welcome new Makers to the Exchange! Makers between the ages of 8-18 can use the audio studio space with a parent present. Take the Official Maker Course to become a certified user and start the registration process. Visit the Audio Studio course to learn more about the equipment and how to get registered to use the space! All equipment requires a scheduled in person demonstration with Exchange staff prior to individual use. More information on these classes can be found in the Official Maker Course.

Click here to see hours and location information. 

Posted on September 18, 2021

by Kerstin Vossberg

Kerstin Vossberg

Kerstin Vossberg

Kerstin is a part of the Community Engagement team for the Makerspace Lab at the Exchange Building. She is a graduate of the Purdue University School of Engineering and enjoys all things STEAM. She likes to spend her time with her dog Taki.
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