Knight 365B and 365C are small audio production studios equipped with high-quality digital audio workstations. These mixing/recording booths are ideally suited to meet the needs of students enrolled in audio production courses in the School of Music and Dance, as well as graduate students in intermedia music technology and performance of data-driven instruments. These rooms are fully capable small studios, providing professional spaces to record, edit and mix your audio project.
Note: Library staff have temporarily removed the microphones from the audio production studios. This safety precaution was necessary in order to maintain sanitary facilities for all users of these spaces. Our sincere apologies if this negatively impacts your work.
Reservations should be submitted at least 48 hours in advance of the requested time, up to 12 weeks in advance. The Music Services team will review your reservation request and respond as soon as possible.
Please check room availability on the calendar before submitting a reservation request. Please note, an individual access code must be assigned to you before you will be able to access the studios. The audio production studios may only be reserved by UO faculty, graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in an Audio Production course, graduate and undergraduate students who’ve completed a Library Studio workshop, and staff engaged in audio production, research sound design or storytelling through sound, digital audio, and the use of recording technology for teaching, learning, and scholarship.
What are the Library Studios for?
The library’s audio production studios are intended to facilitate professional audio production coursework and projects while expanding educational audio production resources at the University. Each of these two shared spaces is equipped with professional quality facilities for teaching, learning, and scholarship. Within our room-use guidelines, students, faculty and staff are welcome to use the space as part of their audio production-intensive education initiatives with a focus on high quality audio and professional development to help fulfill their educational needs, teaching objectives, and creative projects.This includes but is not limited to:
- Mixing multi-track recordings
- Supporting overdub work in an audio engineering environment
- Managing audio production education for various fields
- Developing podcast and vocal driven narrative projects
- Enhancing audio production and music technology coursework
- Creating and publishing musical work in a professional setting
- Enhancing discipline and education projects
Studio Use Guidelines
Users must have an access code to get into the studios. In order to be assigned an access code, you need to be a University of Oregon student, staff or faculty member, and (a) be enrolled in an Audio Production course, or (b) attend a short workshop on the library studios.
There are no room-use, room set-up, or technology fees for the Library Studios for what is currently available. For any special recording needs beyond the current setup, you must bring your own gear.
- Food and drinks are prohibited in the Library Studios. Only water in a spill-proof container is permitted.
- Please report any misuse to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please change or cancel reservations with as much advance notice as possible to make the space available to others.
- Please be on time: If you have not come to begin your session in the studio 10 minutes past the time of your reservation, the studio reverts to “first come, first served” and your reservation will be forfeited.
- Studio use is limited to three (3) hours per day. Users may reserve both studios (365B and 365C) simultaneously for up to three hours.
- Faculty, graduate students, undergraduate students, and staff are welcome to use the studios on a drop-in basis, as long as there are no other events/meetings scheduled. If another user has booked the studio, the reservation takes priority. You must respectfully pack up and allow the person with reservation to come in and work.
- Outside the two studios are five audio work stations and a lounge area. Faculty, graduate, undergraduate students, and staff are welcome to use these areas at any time the library is open.
Contact the Music Services team at 541-346-3079 or email@example.com if you have any questions about these spaces.