Media Makers Lab
The media makers lab is located in the basement of Harold F. Johnson Library. It houses facilities for the research and production of digital photography and filmmaking, animation, music, audio, print, and video. In addition to labs and classrooms, the space features individual and collaborative lab spaces for audio and image-based media. Access to these facilities is open to students, faculty, and staff.
John Bruner 94F
Digital Media and Emerging Technologies Specialist
Library Basement Room B4
Moveable collaborative/seminar seating for up to 30.
Digital and analog projection including Pro Res, DVD, Blu-ray, 16mm.
Digital Media Production Facilities
B2 InterMedia Lab
6 3.06 GHz iMacs with 2TB RAID storage, DVD dual layer burners, USB and firewire hubs, stereo speakers and the standard multimedia software package.
4 Epson perfection flatbed scanners.
Ceiling-mounted data projector and speakers for laptop or used with workstation B2A.
The room seats 14 users at 7 stations. For workshops it can comfortably hold 22.
MacPro Tower archive/digitization station with
Decklink 4K Extreme for analog sources: 3/4” U-Matic, VHS, 1/4" open reel audio and video tape.
B5 Advanced Media Lab
4 3.06 GHz iMacs with 2TB RAID storage.
2 Epson perfection flatbed scanners.
2 12” Wacom graphic tablets.
Animation/large document digitization stand.
Voice-over booth a quiet room for audio recording.
Final Cut Pro 7, Final Cut X,Premiere CS6, AfterEffects CS6, Dragon Stopmotion, iStopmotion, Manga Studio, Poser, Maya, Ableton Live, ProTools, Logic Pro, Audacity, SoundTrack.
B6 Electronic Music Station
Single Station is a 3.06 GHz iMac with 2TB Raid storage
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.
Patch panel for manipulating signal flow.
Mbox and full-sized weighted midi keyboard.
Blofeld midi synthesizers and a Real-time CD Burner
5.1 surround sound speakers.
Ableton Live, ProTools, Max, LogicPro, Soundtrack
B7 Concentrators Suite
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.
DualBoot (Win/Mac) Mac Pro Tower with 8GB RAM and 3TB RAID.
5.1 surround sound.
Near field audio monitors, and HD screen
Mbox for audio input and output, an audio mixer,
Full sized weighted midi keyboard
Real-time audio burner
Proteus and Nova midi controllable synthesizers
DVD/VHS player and a mini-dv deck
iPad midi dock
B3 Production Studio
Green screen keying wall.
Lighting grid, floor lights, and stands.
3 studio cameras.
Stop motion animation computer and software
The studio is also used for photography shoots, theater and film/video rehearsals, Div III performances, practices, and occasionally meetings.
B3 Studio Control Room
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.
The InTran Broadcast PC is for BROADCAST ONLY.
The MacPro Tower is used for video switching and is connected to the broadcast system
2 physical video switchers.
Skype and streaming capability
DVD/VHS and external computer and A/V input sources