The Digital Design Suite provides a quiet place for you to create and manipulate digital objects. From recording audio, to editing a video, or adjusting an image, our space and equipment is available for you! To reserve the room, please use our Reserve a Study Room link and choose Room 130 - Digital Design Suite. You may also check out the room without a reservation at our Library InfoDesk. We are happy to help you use our software and equipment for any project you have in mind.
Audacity is a free piece of software that you can use to make audio recordings or edit audio files. It is installed on the computer nearest the door in the DDS. We have a Blue Yeti microphone and headphones set up on that computer for you to record and review your recordings.
We have a ScanSnap Pro scanner attached to the computer close to the door that you can use for scanning documents, photos, books, and other items.
GIMP is a free but powerful piece of software that can help you work with images. It is installed on the computer nearest the door in the DDS.
OpenShot Video Editor is a free video editor that can accomplish a variety of editing tasks for you. It is installed on the computer nearest the door in the DDS.
If you've considered making a podcast, or maybe just doing some interviews or other audio recording, the Podcast Recording Kit is for you! The kit can be checked out for use anywhere, or used in the Digital Design Suite. The kit, a Rode RODECaster Pro Podcast Production Studio Bundle, includes:
Contact our library if you have any questions about reserving or using it.
In the Digital Design Suite we have a VCR/DVD player combo unit (and a separate DVD player) that you can use, with the software installed on the computer, to digitize personal VHS tape and DVD content that you have into MP4 files. It's a great way to convert personal recordings into a format that can be used more widely.