Technology and Media Production

Eastman Media Suite


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Eastman Media Lab

Purpose:
Content creation, post production, academic study and professional development for students, faculty, staff and *alumni.

Location: 
103 J – 1st floor of Student Living Center, 100 Gibbs Street, across from the Office of Student Affairs.

 

Hours and Availability


Fall 2020 Semester Hours:

Mondays: 9am-6pm
Tuesdays: closed
Wednesdays: 9am-6pm
Thursdays: closed
Fridays: 9am-6pm
Saturdays: closed
Sundays: closed

Current Lab Policies:

  • In order to work inside the lab, students must reserve a station in advance. To reserve a station, please click here.
  • In order to follow social distancing guidelines, we are limiting in-person assistance. If assistance is needed from any of the Media Lab staff, please include the request in your reservation, and include all relevant information.
  • All printing must be done through the printing station outside the lab.
  • After using the printing station, students are expected to use the cleaning supplies provided to wipe down everything that was touched.


Equipment

  • 23 iMacs
  • External and network storage for video and audio projects.
  • Seven M-Audio MIDI Keyboards (ask media lab staff about availability)
  • Four Komplete Kontrol S88 Keyboards exclusively for Film Scoring Stations
  • One Roland A88 Keyboard

Specialized Software

Application Type Software
Image/Print Design Adobe Photoshop CC/CS6
Adobe Illustrator CC/CS6
Adobe InDesign CC/CS6
Adobe Acrobat DC
Music Notation/Film Scoring

Logic Pro X
Cubase
Pro Tools
Digital Performer
Reaper
Finale 25
Sibelius 7.5

Office/Presentation Microsoft Word
Microsoft Powerpoint
Microsoft Excel
Pages
Numbers
Keynote
Web and Mobile Design/Publishing Adobe Dreamweaver CC/CS6
Adobe Muse CC
Adobe Experience Design CC
Video Editing and Post Production

Final Cut Pro X
Motion
Compressor
Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Adobe After Affects CC
Adobe Media Composer
Davinci Resolve
HandBrake

Audio Editing

Logic Pro X
Adobe Audition CC
Audacity
Garage Band

Professional Sound Libraries

  • Cinematic Studio Series
  • Cinesamples
  • EastWest
  • LoopLoft
  • Native Instruments Komplete
  • Project SAM
  • Spectrasonics
  • Spitfire Audio


Printing/Copying

2 Xerox Printer/Copiers which utilizes the following paper sizes:

  • letter (8.5×11)
  • tabloid (11×17)

Printing is handled via University Copy Services with the following prices:

  • ¢10/page (single-sided)
  • ¢18/page (duplex)
  • ¢25/page color (duplex or single-sided)

For payment use a URos account via your University ID card or Copy Card.


 

The Cave

Socializing in the Cave

Purpose:
Recreation and communication for students, faculty, and staff.

Location: 
Basement of Main Building, 26 Gibbs Street.

Hours:
7:00AM – 11PM.
Subject to availability on Academic breaks.

Hardware:
10 Apple iMacs equipped with Mac OS X 10.6

Principle Software:
Chrome, Firefox, Safari Adobe Reader and Text Edit

Special Feature:
Wireless Internet access for most mobile devices.


 

Listening Room

Listening Room

Purpose:
Quiet musical study of audio/visual recordings, composition, and video/audio editing.

Location:
Sibley Music Library, 2nd floor.

Staffing:
The Sibley Library Staff.

Hours:
Open during library hours.

Hardware:
7 Dell Optiplex 745 desktops: Allows access to Naxos, Cdigix, Grove Music and other University Services only.

3 Dell Optiplex 745 desktops: score, microfiche, and document scanning (including Tabloid size).

2 Apple 27″ iMacs for Audio/Video transfer and editing.

3 Scanners

Software:
FireFox, Internet Explorer, RealPlayer, Quicktime, Adobe CS5.5 Web Premium, Sibelius 6, Finale 2009, and Microsoft Office.

Special Features:
Wireless Internet access for most mobile devices.