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Creative studios

Audio and Video Recording, and Post-Production Studios

Are you the next big YouTube, IGTV, or podcast creator?

Book these multimedia studios for up to three hours at a time for free with your Calgary Public Library card (resident cardholders only). These studios must be booked at least two days in advance.

These are self-serve, DIY spaces. The audio and post-productions studios each can accommodate two people, while the video studio can accommodate four people.

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Audio Recording Studio 460x650

Audio Recording Studio

Tascam US-4x4 audio interface
User manual | How to get started

Rode NT-1 microphones
User manual | Recording vocals

Rode NT-3 microphone
User manual | Recording vocals

RDL EZ-HDA4A headphone distribution amp

Audio Technica AT8022 X/Y Stereo Microphone

Presonus ERIS E5 monitor speakers
User manual | Intro video | Q&A

1012 Radial JDI
Smart Sheet | Intro video

Cubase LE software

Reaper audio editing software

Audacity audio editing software
User manual | Tutorials and tips

Video Recording Studio

If you are unfamiliar with the equipment, please use these tutorial links for help:

Sony Handycam FDR-AX33 video camera
How-to and support | Community | Video full tour | Wi-Fi set-up and demo

Rode NT-1 microphones
User manual | Recording vocals

Sony ECM-44B lapel microphone

LitePad axiom lighting
Introduction | Light set-ups

Audio video post production studios 720x560
Post Production Studio 460x650

Post-Production Studios

If you are unfamiliar with the equipment, please use these tutorial links for help:

Tascam US-4x4 audio interface
User manual | How to get started

Tascam DR-05 stereo portable digital recorder
User manual | Tutorial video

Presonus ERIS E5 monitor speakers
User manual | Intro video | Q&A

Cubase LE software

Reaper audio editing software

Audacity audio editing software
User manual | Tutorials and tips

WeVideo
Tutorials | Support

Room Use Guidelines

Use of these spaces is subject to the Calgary Public Library Terms and Conditions of Room Use, the Public Access Network Terms of Use, and the Library’s Code of Conduct.