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The Sound Studio is a multi-year experiment looking at ways the library can help Olin students develop their communication skills, build a portfolio and create materials that are impactful in the transformation of engineering education by engaging others in the Olin story.
Currently, the Studio has taken the form of a recording studio in the lower level of the Library in Milas Hall. This room is equipped with professional audio recording gear, a cozy atmosphere, and sound dampening panels on the walls to create the right atmosphere for conversation, reflection, and personal storytelling, and high-fidelity recording.
In practice, we hope the community uses this room how they see fit, so please send suggestions, feedback, and ideas for how to continue the experiment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training is required to use the Sound Studio space or equipment. If you want to get trained, visit tinyurl.com/OlinLibraryTrainingSP20 and sign up for the relevant training. More information about the different trainings offered by the Sound Studio staff is included in the Trainings section of this website.