AV Lab / APPE Space Training & Access Policies

/AV Lab / APPE Space Training & Access Policies
AV Lab / APPE Space Training & Access Policies 2018-05-14T11:41:33+00:00

IMRC AV Labs Policies – Phase Based Training Process

Phase 1:
You can gain Phase 1 access to the AV beginner audio and video editing labs by attending a weekly training session currently available on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the IMRC with a senior lab tech (currently Jim Winters).  You can view the schedule of when lab techs are available here: http://imrccenter.com/av-lab-staff-schedule/

Once you are trained in the beginner audio and video labs you will have access to the labs during all open lab times when lab techs are available.  If you need 24/7 access you can contact us via this online form below to apply for extended access.  Please note that Phase 1 level AV lab access is reset at the end of each Spring semester and you will need to retrain each Fall.

Phase 2:
You can gain Phase 2 supervised access (can only access when a lab tech is on duty) to the APPE space / Live Room and the 106 Pro Audio Suite by completing the following training:

To gain supervised access to the Live Room and APPE spaces:

  • Complete Phase 1 training
  • Train with a senior lab tech to be trained on the APPE space ETC light board with a general overview of lighting options in the APPE space.
  • Train with senior lab tech on the APPE 1 space main projection / crestron system and an overview of controlling sound on the APPE 1 PA system.
  • Train with a lab tech on the APPE 2 immersive video / audio space.
  • Train with Sean Taylor on the APPE 1 Genie lift for grad students only.

To gain supervised access to the 106 advanced audio suite:

  • Complete Phase 1 training
  • For undergraduate students, take Duane Schimmel’s Audio production class
  • For graduate students, take Duane Schimmel’s Audio production class OR take his Advanced audio recording workshop offered once per semester for grad students only.

Phase 3:
Graduate students can gain unsupervised Phase 3 access to the APPE space, the 107 Live room and 106 Pro Audio Suite by completing the following training:

  • Complete all Phase 1 & 2 trainings
  • Work in the IMRC AV labs / APPE spaces for at least one semester without incidents and with responsible behavior.
  • Take Duane Schimmel’s Audio production class OR take his Advanced audio recording workshop part 2 offered by request no more than once per semester for grad students only.

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