The Editing Station Situation

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Budding Youtuber or SoundCloud artist? Maybe you want to start your own podcast. Whatever the project may be, the editing stations at the Scholar Studio have the perfect program, from audio mixing and recording, to video editing, or even design work.

Jessica Gibson, student employee at Hunter Library, edits a photo in the Scholar Studio.

The editing stations are especially useful for students whose laptops don’t have the capability of running high-quality programs, or who don’t wish to download or pay for them. The computers at the editing stations are already equipped with such programs as Audacity, Studio One 4, InDesign, Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, and the entire Adobe Creative Suite including: Photoshop, Illustrator, and more.

These tools are available for class assignments or personal projects. Want to boost your grades? The editing station even has Keynote and PowerPoint in case you want to make a killer presentation for class. Or just surprise a friend or family member with a creative personal product.

There’s no need to reserve a computer, the editing stations are first come first serve. Merely walk into the library and get started at a station; all you need is your campus login information.

Students Casey Cook and Anna Bryan at editing stations

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