Answered By: Alyssa Manges Last Updated: Oct 23, 2018 Views: 18
The Sound Booth is in the basement of Irwin Library and offers a way to create audio for videos and podcasts that complement online or hybrid learning models as well as the "flipped" classroom model. The room, which can accommodate two people comfortably, contains a recording computer with two monitors, two cardioid condenser microphones, a web camera, headphones, speakers, recording interface, and a microphone with a stand.
The Sound Booth may be used for Butler related academic purposes; personal or extracurricular purposes require prior approval from the Center for Academic Technology. Faculty, staff, and approved students may not operate a for-profit business from the studio or be paid for sessions recorded in the studio.