Music Booths

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Building: D. H. Hill Jr. Library

Floor: First Floor, East Wing

Rooms: 1133C, 1133D, 1133E, 1133F

Capacity: 2

Four Music Booths inside the Digital Media Lab are fully equipped for creating and mixing music, recording voiceovers, transferring audio from analog formats, and editing digital media with full 88-key MIDI controller/keyboards, professional microphones, turntables, cassette decks, sequencers, digital audio workstations, and media editing tools and software. Documentation regarding basic setup and answers to common problems is available here.

The weighted, 88-key MIDI controllers are perfect for keyboard recording and practice but, for those seeking a traditional piano experience, there are eight practice studios available to NC State students on a first-come, first-served basis in Price Music Center, the home of the Music Department.


Only currently affiliated students, faculty, and staff of NC State may gain access to the Music Booths. To do so, you must first attend an Orientation session, which will introduce you to the resources and staff in the space to help you use the room more effectively.

USAGE NOTE: Music Booths are intended for those creating, editing, or transferring media. You will be asked to forfeit your reservation if you are using them for reasons other than these. For more information on reservable study rooms please see room use guidelines or reserve an appropriate study room.

CHECK-IN NOTE: You must check in at the Ask Us desk at the time of your reservation to gain admission to the room. Make sure you bring your Wolfpack One card to check out materials necessary for completing the reservation.


Ableton Live; Adobe Creative Cloud Suite; Audacity; Autodesk Maya; Blender; Camtasia; Final Cut Pro; GarageBand; iMovie; Logic Pro; MakerWare; Pro Tools; Reaper; SketchUp; Toast; much more!

Copyright Notice

Notice: The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material; the person using this equipment is liable for any infringement. For more information about copyright law, the rights of copyright owners, and the right of fair use to make limited copies for purposes such as teaching, research, and study at North Carolina State University, visit the website of the Copyright and Digital Scholarship Center at: