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Rooms and equipment


The Portal will be a high-quality audiovisual setup used for the new international Master's programme in Music, Communication and Technology, a joint effort with NTNU - The Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

The Video Lab is used for recording and editing audio and video. The setup of the room enables flexible audio and video routing across all the facilities of the institute. Additionally, it's possible to live stream, do voice-over and green screen recordings etc.

The Department of Musicology has several rehearsal rooms for our students. On floor 2U there are rooms for solo musicians and groups/bands, and on the 4th floor there are several rooms both for rehearsals and lectures.

The MIDI Lab is a multi-purpose facility used for lectures and student projects - touching on subjects varying from composition to music production and programming. The room consists of a smaller high-quality recording studio, a well-isolated recording room and several student work-stations, each equipped with an iMac, a MIDI-keyboard, an audio interface, a microphone and a headset.

The Music and Motion Lab is a world-class facility with advanced motion capture and sound spatialisation systems. The lab is open for everyone in the Department and is also extensively used by the fourMs research group.

The mixing suite at the department of musicology is optimized to offer the best of both analogue and digital technology.

The department’s recording studio is used for lectures, student projects and research. The room is equipped with a state of the art recording system b ased around Pro Tools HDX software.