Recording Room 424.6

Spoken Word Recording

Faculty, students, and staff can use this studio to record the spoken word for podcasts, video voice-overs, and interviews. 

Music Recording

Graduate students, staff, and faculty only may request the space to record small-scale (and not-too-loud) music recording projects. Contact Eric Krewson for more information and to reserve the space for music recording. 




A person sits in front of a keyboard and audio mixing equipment. On the desk there are microphones, and a large computer screen hangs on the wall.

Accordion List


  • Microphones
  • Small diaphragm condenser mics
  • Stands
  • Cabling
  • Headphones
  • Four-channel Audient interface
  • Mic stereo bar

  • Audacity
  • GarageBand
  • iMovie
  • Practica Musica
  • Sibelius

Contact Us

For assistance with hardware and software contact Eric Krewson.

Location and Accessibility


For Wheelchairs

  • Sufficient doorway & hallway clearance
  • Table with accessible surface height, knee clearance, and leg clearance

Orthopedic Accessibility

  • Chairs have adjustable height


  • Natural and/or non-fluorescent light

Nearby Bathrooms

4 large gender-neutral, accessible bathrooms are located off the 4th floor west elevator lobby (4th floor plan).

Accessible Entrance

Van Pelt Library Center accessible entrance diagram

Directions to the accessible entrance:   Word   |   PDF