Design Lab Media Rooms
The Shapiro Design Lab Media Rooms offer high-quality media production and post-production software and equipment. The Winberg Media Production Room is designed for audio and video production, including screencasting, while the Perlstein Editing Room is designed for media post-production as well as game design, 3D and graphic design, and animation.
Carl Winberg, M.D. Media Production Room (Shapiro 1136)
Recording booth and microphones
Mac Pro Digital Audio Workstation w/4K Monitor, 25-key synthesizer, and Ableton Push
Michael J. and Leslee C. Perlstein Editing Room (Shapiro 1138)
Mac Pro + Two 4K Monitors
27" 5K Retina iMac
Wacom Cintiq HD 23” tablet
A variety of software is available on both machines, with the most popular listed below. To ask about or recommend a specific piece of software, please email email@example.com.
Audio (on Winberg Audio Station - Shapiro 1136)
Ableton Live 9 Suite
Adobe Audition CC
Logic Pro X
Waves Audio Plugins
Adobe Premiere CC
Da Vinci Resolve
Final Cut Pro
3D + CAD
Auto Desk Fusion 360
Graphic Design + Animation
Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and After Effects CC
Clip Studio Pro (Perlstein Station A)
Software Development and Data Analysis
In order to reserve and use the Shapiro Design Lab Media Production Rooms (MPRs), you must complete two brief orientation modules in the Design Lab’s Canvas course. These modules cover general policies and procedures, as well as information related to the specific hardware and configuration of our MPR spaces. The first module is entitled “Policies & Procedures,” and must be completed in order to unlock the second, dedicated “Media Production Rooms” module. Each section of these modules must be completed, including the brief quizzes that conclude each of them.
Upon successful completion of the relevant Canvas modules, you will be given a private link to our reservation calendar, where you will be able to make bookings for the Winberg Room, as well as Stations A and B in the Perlstein Room. Please do not share this link, as it is important that all users of these spaces be adequately trained on the equipment.