VICTORIA E. WOLF RECORDING BOOTH
Victoria E. Wolf Recording Booth at PWPL
The Superiorland Library Cooperative and the Peter White Public Library are thrilled to announce a new community resource. Thanks to Victoria E. Wolf, a recording booth was purchased with the goal of recording books written by local authors and/or about the Upper Peninsula. The booth has been installed on the second floor of PWPL, and equipment and furnishings were funded by Eunice Vandecaveye and the Jim Armstrong Memorial. While the booth is already used by Great Lakes Talking Books to record local books for the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled, members of the community can also use it to meet their recording needs.
- Record music, a podcast, an audiobook, etc.
- Available Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 10am and 3:30pm
- Available Fridays and Saturdays at 10am
- Checkout period is 4 hours
- Startup Guide: Victoria E Wolf Recording Booth Getting Started
- Reserving the space is required.
- Sign up here: https://www.jotform.com/211437666421050
- Patrons of any SLC library who are over 14 may use this resource. For a list of SLC, visit their site: https://superiorlandlibrary.org/libraries/
- Cannot be checked out to patrons with more than $10 in fines.
- All Library Code of Conduct rules apply to the sound booth.
- No food allowed. Covered water containers are allowed.
- Lost room key or damaged equipment may result in up to $250.00 in fines.
For more information: https://greatlakestalkingbooks.org/recordingbooth/
Contact the Reference Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 906-226-4311/906-226-4312, if you have any questions.