About the Lab

Workstation Configuration
(Software allocation chart and pictures of the lab.)

Software and Hardware
(List of installed software titles and equipment in the lab)

Application Form
(Apply for a Student Worker position)

   

 

 

The Music Lab is open to the entire Tech community, offering incredible digital music capabilities. Patrons can compose, print, playback, and record original music electronically; digitize analog recordings; develop aural skills through interactive programs; create marching band drills; edit and burn existing digital music; as well as listen to and watch multimedia titles.

The Music Lab houses the library's music recordings of over 5000 audio titles primarily on CD and LP.  DVD and Blu-Ray videos are now located on the first floor of the library.

The Music Lab opened in 1999 with the new Pendergraft Library & Technology Center. The lab has 18 networked PC workstations, scanners, LP and cassette listening station, and a state-of-the-art projection system. The Control Room contains a Media Tower that allows distribution of media to any combination of student workstations.

 



 

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