The One Button Studio in Miller 205 is a room where you can record yourself, your laptop, or a combination of both to create a video straight to your flash drive. Students, faculty, and staff have used this room to record:
- A lecture in advance
- A class presentation
- Interviews with a guest speaker
The Audio Recording Booth is a quiet, private space in the Instructional Media Center where you can capture your voice for screencasts, voiceovers, podcasts, or even vocals for music.
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