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A full-sized, weighted music keyboard with sustain pedal.
Equipment for digitizing a wide range of video, including Laserdiscs, Umatic tape, DVD, VHS, miniDV tape and more!
A handy multi-format memory card reader (supports SD, miniSD, CF, and more).
Connections for specialized video and audio capture, including Reel to Reel, 16mm, Betamax, and more.
A high-quality condenser microphone on a swivel-arm.
Extra firewire, USB, and power plugs for all your other devices.
These rooms are only available to users who have a valid Georgetown University log-in.
Our editing spaces are best used for editing and exporting audio projects. If you want to do group recordings, you can ask the music department about their current reservation policies for Studio D, a recording studio in New North. To see what music courses are offered at Georgetown, check the course guides for current classes.
Each patron is only guaranteed one 2-hour reservation per day.
Reservations should be made in advance online, in person or via telephone (Main Desk 202-687-7607).
Users may stay in the rooms past their 2 hour allotment, but must be prepared to surrender the space in light of other reservations.