The Audio Editing Room is used by patrons to capture and edit a variety of audio source which include cassette tapes, reel to reels, CDs, DATs and vinyl records. Voice may be captured as well through the use of the microphones which are connected to the computer via an audio mixer. The Audio Editing Room contains the following equipment:
Panasonic Proline TV: This TV is used for video playback of DVDs and VHS media.
Proline AG-VP310 VHS/DVD: This device is used for capturing VHS tapes and DVDs for editing.
Creative 5:1 surround sound speaker system: These speakers are used for playing back captured audio during the editing process.
ADVC-100: This device captures analog and digital signals onto the computer for editing purposes.
Canon Elura 80 Mini DV Camcorder: This mini DV camcorder is used to capture Mini DV tapes for editing with Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5.
AKAI GX 230D Reel to Reel: This device is used to capture reel to reel tapes onto the computer for editing purposes.
2 Large Compaq Monitors: This set up of two monitors provides more than enough workspace on the screen for patrons completing projects that require the use of dual monitors.
HP Workstation XW 8000 Computer: ® Xeon ™ CPU with 3.06 GHz and 1.00 GB of RAM.
Realistic Stereo Cassette Tape Deck: This tape player is used to capture audio from cassette tapes and later to be converted to an audio CD or digital format such as MP3s and WAVs.
Panasonic Audio Cassette Recorder: This tape player is used to capture audio from cassette tapes and later to be converted to an audio CD or digital format such as MP3s and WAVs.
Toshiba TV/DVD Player Combo: This TV/DVD player is used to verify projects have been completed properly and to view DVDs.
Eurorack UB1204-Pro Stanton Record Player: This turntable is used to capture vinyl records onto the computer for editing and conversion purposes.
2 Tascam CD-RW750: Used to burn CD’s from analog resources.