The Library Recording Studios are open for in person service and our staff looks forward to working with all members of the Northeastern community. In addition to in-studio assistance, we will continue to offer virtual classes and consultations, as well as offering video tutorials, recorded webinars, and interactive online learning objects for you to share or embed in Canvas. We are here to assist you with your media project needs and can help you through the entire production process—from conceptualization through post-production.
We strongly encourage you to make a reservation using our online reservations system.
For helpful teaching and learning support use the Studios' Digital Media Toolkit. Faculty may collaborate with the Studios across the curriculum to help plan and implement media-based assignments and teach skills. See our Teaching with the Recording Studios Remotely page for more information.
Need to borrow recording equipment? We have a small inventory of audio recording, photography, and video equipment to lend (view equipment for loan). Please send your requests to dmscstudios [at] northeastern.libanswers.com. To book equipment to borrow please use this link: Equipment Catalog - Library Calendar - Northeastern University (libcal.com)
Write to us here anytime: dmcstudios [at] northeastern.libanswers.com. For in-depth assistance, staff will schedule a consultation and instructional sessions with you via Zoom or Teams.
Other questions? Please contact dmscstudios [at] northeastern.libanswers.com.
Hope to see you soon!
Recording Studios Staff
Hours of Staff Availability:
Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM - 7:45 PM EST
Saturday: 12:00 PM - 7:45 PM EST
We are unavailable on official University holidays.
Choose from the following:
- Project Support and Consultations
- Podcast Support
- Showcase of Recording Studio Projects
- Teaching with the Recording Studios Remotely
Project and Consultation Support
Studios staff welcome the opportunity to assist you with your media project. Please submit your project and support needs in advance using this form. If you have a general question about your project, write to us at dmcstudios [at] northeastern.libanswers.com
To schedule technical assistance and project consultations on Microsoft Teams or Zoom, consult one of the experts directly:
For video production, photography, graphics, planning, and editing, contact a.banrey [at] northeastern.edu (Antonio Banrey), Digital Media and Video Coordinator.
For music, sound, and podcast productions, contact dmscstudios [at] northeastern.edu.
For assistance with video and audio recording hardware, as well as post-production using Adobe Premiere Pro, tseng.p [at] northeastern.edu (contact Josh Tseng), Recording Studios Co-op.
The Studios support podcast production, including help designing class assignments, providing in-class instruction, and connecting faculty with experts on developing podcasts. We'll train you on how to use podcast equipment remotely. For more information contact a.banrey [at] northeastern.edu (Antonio Banrey), Digital Media, and Video Production Coordinator.
Faculty wishing to incorporate academic projects into the Digital Repository Service or create a stable platform for podcast dissemination can contact Library-PodcastTeam [at] northeastern.edu. For more information: https://library.northeastern.edu/services/recording-studios/podcast-support
Showcase of Recording Studio Projects
The library's Digital Repository Service features student audio and video recordings created in the Studios for class assignments or personal enrichment. View our showcase of projects.
Please review these criteria and complete this form if you would like us to feature and preserve your studio projects. For more information contact a.banrey [at] northeastern.edu (Antonio Banrey), Digital Media, and Video Production Coordinator.
The Northeastern University Library’s Recording Studios offers opportunities for learning best practices in media production from basic through advanced levels. Staff collaborates with faculty across the curriculum to help design, plan, and implement media-based assignments throughout the semester. Visit: Teaching with the Recording Studios Remotely-->