Sound Studio

Purpose of Lab

Modern audio-visual media and multimedia productions require sound. Music, speech and noises are as much a part of films as of interactive immersive worlds. The Sound Studio at the Faculty of Digital Media enables students to make sound recordings, to carry out professional digital post production and to integrate them into their media productions, all under expert supervision.

Lab Equipment

  • 27 m² control room with Genelec 1038 Abhöre, Genelec 8330APM near field listening
  • Soundcraft VI 3000 audio mixer, 96 channels, 27 Busse, BSS DPR 901 Dynamic Eqs, 4 interne Lexicon FX, automixer
  • 128 channel hard disk recording system ProTools HD, Mac-based
  • ProTools Artist Mix DAW controller
  • Digigrid MGO 64Ch Madi interface
  • 128 channel hard disk Samplitude recording system , Windows-based
  • Lexicon L 300, Yamaha SPX 990 external reverb processor
  • Waves Soundgrid impact server
  • Various plugins from Waves, SPL, Lexicon, Neve, SSL, Fairchild, Pultec, Urei
  • Large recording studio (80m² and 3.5m high), small 26m² recording studio, 4m² broadcasting cabin
  • Microphones by Neumann, Sennheiser, Shure, AKG, Microtech Gefell, Elektro Voice, among others
  • Keyboards, external synthesizers

Mobile Equipment

  • Midas M32 audio mixer with 32 channel multi-track recorder, Waves Tracks
  • 2 x Midas DL 153 stagebox
  • Neumann KH 120 listening monitors
  • Microphones from firms such as Neumann, Sennheiser, Shure, AKG, Microtech Gefell, Elektro Voice among others

Room

N 1.02 Furtwangen