Photo: Eric Sloss
|The Carnegie Mellon Recording
Studio, designed by Gregg Vizza
(Vizzacoustics) is set up like any professional recording studio: a
control room plus live room, with one isolation booth for drums or
spoken word or singer/rapper. One unique characteristic is the size of
the control room, which is used for teaching and can seat about 25
students. The studio runs ProTools with (mainly) Waves plugins for
Computer Music Lab
The Computer Music Lab is a research facility in the new Gates-Hillman
Complex, the home to the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon.
Another design by Gregg Vizza (Vizzacoustics), this facility includes
computers, multichannel audio I/O, 8 Mackie 824 studio monitors, and a
host of audio and MIDI gear.
ECE Audio Lab
The ECE Audio Lab, located in Hamerschlag Hall consists of a lab bench with test equipment for doing hardware and repair work as well as a ProTools LE system with a Digidesign 003R, a Tascam D24 digital mixing console, Klipsch farfield monitors, Digital Design nearfield monitors, as well as synthesizers and a Simmons electronic drum kit. There is also a Fostex 8-track analog reel-to-reel tape machine! The Lab is equipped for work on individual student projects and research in audio and music.
Housing more than 45,000 materials
Electronic music studios (2)
Housing midi workstations and state-of-the-art editing software.
Webcasting facilities (3)
Broadcast student recitals and other performances live on the internet.
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