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Media labs include facilities for the research and production of digital photography and filmmaking; animation; music; audio; print; and video.
Located in the basement floor of the Harold F. Johnson Library. Access to media lab and classroom facilities is open to students, faculty, and staff.
The room seats 14 users at 7 stations. For workshops it can comfortably hold 22.
The primary use of this room is for the production and manipulation of audio.
Users of the B6 Lab are often musicians and music producers or in some way audio producers, though users are not restricted to this use. Single station.
Users of this lab edit video, make surround soundtracks, have presentation meetings, make electronic music, digitize analog media as well as photo and image manipulation, and making websites.
The studio is also used for photography shoots, theater and film/video rehearsals, Div III performances, practices, and occasionally meetings.
The B3 control room functions as a collaborative workspace, a training room, and as the control room for the B3 studio. Together with the B3 studio it is possible to record using multiple cameras and to broadcast in real-time to cable television or streaming via the Internet.
Moodle Course for lab access
Lab & Library Hours
Media Lab Policies
John Bruner, 94F
New Media Technician
HFJ Library Basement Room B4
Manager of Media Services