Checkout the new, innovative method to use music samples with your music. No more digging in crates and worrying about copyright. Tracklib is a paid music service that lets you quickly license any song in their catalog for use in your music compositions. No more sample clearance headaches!
In a two-part program, our Tween and Teen patrons created original music scores to accompany the ‘A Trip to the Moon‘ movie. In the videos below you can listen to excerpts from their work in Studio 300.
On Tuesday, April 9, Studio 300 hosted our first Open Mic Showcase Night. Several brave performers shared their music and poetry during the evening to rave reviews from a supportive and enthusiastic audience.
Our next Open Mic Showcase Night is May 14 in Meeting Room B starting at 7 p.m. If you are interested in performing your acoustic music, poetry, dance, artwork, photography and even short films, you get up to seven minutes, and signup is first come, first served. And, of course, if you wish to support our local artists, you can join the audience, too. At this time, the program is for ages 18 and older only.
Each winter musical artists from around the world take on the RPM challenge (Record Production Month) and record a full album of music in one month. And if that challenge alone isn’t hard enough, they do it in February—the shortest month of the year.
The contest doesn’t require you to write new songs (but it’s highly encouraged), but to win, you need to record ten tracks or 35 minutes of music.
Get started at the official RPM website, where you can sign up for your own dedicated artist page, listen to prior contributions, encourage other participates, and get feedback on your music. And on February 1st, it’s time to hit that big red record button.
Of course, Studio 300 is here to help with gear, recording spaces, and encouragement. We’ll get you rolling in no time.
Listen to fresh new music created by our very own Fountaindale Public Library patrons in Bolingbrook: Project Music. This special collection features only local content creators who share their music and more.
Our aim is to capture, curate, and share the knowledge and artistic creations that YOU produce and make them available to FPLD patrons through our local collection. Visit this link for details. To submit your own work to Bolingbrook: Project Music, visit this link.
Available for checkout now at Studio 300 is the Optoma HD142X Home Theater Projector. This full HD projector is great for movies and games. All you need is a Blu-ray/DVD player or computer/game console with HDMI outputs and a screen (or a wall) to project on. Here are its specs:
Brightness of 3000 Lumens
Full HD (1920 x 1080) Native Resolution
1.1x Zoom and 1.48 to 1.62:1 Throw Ratio
Two HDMI 1.4a In, One with MHL Support
Projection Distance 3.3 to 32.8′ (1 to 10 m)
Image Size 27.9 to 305.3″ (70.8 to 775.5 cm)
The projector can be checked out from Studio 300 for up to three days.
We’ve been busy behind the scenes at Studio 300 working to improve your experience in every way possible. And now we are happy to report that we finished updating allof the iMac computers in the lab with new, improved, and upgraded software. Here’s a brief overview:
We installed the (huge!) 2017 update to our entireAdobe Creative Cloud collection including Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects, and more.
There are fresh updates to our most popular Mac programs, too, including Keynote, Pages, GarageBand, and, of course, Logic X!
In this podcast episode, Joe and Adriana conclude a review countdown of their current top ten songs (both episodes 4 and 5 continue the discussion). Listen as they discuss why these songs made their list and then check out the full versions shared via their Spotify accounts:
In this podcast episode, Joe and Adriana continue a review countdown of their current top ten songs (both episodes 4 and 6 continue the discussion). Listen as they discuss why these songs made their list and then check out the full versions shared via their Spotify accounts:
In this podcast episode, Joe and Adriana begin a review countdown of their current top ten songs (both episodes 5 and 6 continue the discussion). Listen as they discuss why these songs made their list and then check out the full versions shared via their Spotify accounts: