The recording room is a 9' x 11' room in the basement that has been built with heavy insulation and thick drywall to ensure that sound stays in the room.
The room includes a Rode mixer and four-microphone recording system with studio quality headsets. There is a dual-monitor sit/stand one-touch adjustable table and a Dell computer to mix and edit, and upload and publish podcasts and videocasts.
The following equipment is available for use in the room at all times:
Upon request, LawShare provides (at no additional charge) use of a Sony Alpha Camera for streaming video, which allows for up to 30 hours of continuous recording.
Rode editing software allows sound to be recorded on 14 separate tracks for complex editing, but can also be a single recording for non-professional users.
LawShare provides in-person basic equipment and software training up to two hours at no charge to acclimate a new user. LawShare makes available video links for additional self-training on the equipment.
LawShare is not a production company and has no professionally trained audio/visual staff on-site. For professional support, development and publication of a podcast, members must contract with a consultant. LawShare does not provide direct A-V or technical support for recording after the initial equipment training.
This is the one LawShare room that is billed at a reasonable rate for use.
Your firm's first day of use in the Recording Room is free after the up to two-hour training (up to 8 hours total). After the first day, the Recording Room can be booked by self-scheduling software in the following increments and for the following charges:
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