Audio Editing Room
The Audio Editing Room is used by patrons to capture and edit a variety of audio sources. The primary source for capture is your voice for audio narration through the use of the microphones which are connected to the computer via an audio mixer. The Audio Editing Room contains the following equipment:
HP Z240 SFF Workstation: Intel Core i1-6700 CPU 3.50 GHz 3401 Mhz, 16GB Ram, NVIDIA Quadro P1000 8GB Graphics Card, 64bit OS Windows 10 Pro.
M-Audio - 2.1 Stereo speakers.
2 Large HP 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.
Editors Keys Studio SL150: This is a USB Condensor Microphone that is commonly used for high-quality voice narration or vocal captures.
Mackie PROFX12V2 12-Channel Compact Mixer with USB and Effects: Allows for multi-input channel captures for XLR, quarter inch and other audio input plugins. Currently, two condenser microphones and a vinyl player are connected.
ION Audio Max LP Conversion Turntable With Stereo Speakers: This turntable is used to capture vinyl records onto the computer for editing and conversion purposes.
Sennheiser Headset: A headset designed for professional audio playback.
Yamaha YPG-235 Keyboard with Koss Professional K0-727B Stereophones: Features 76 non-weighted keys, and a vast amount of features catered for musician and sound producers.
1500 N. Patterson St. Valdosta, Georgia 31698
1500 N. Patterson St.
Valdosta, GA 31698
Mon. - Thur.: 8am-7pm
The Odum Library is a Federal Depository Library.