The Cornell Electroacoustic Music Center seeks to support a variety of creative inclinations. As such it has no particular software or hardware bias, concentrating instead on providing a powerful array of tools which users can assemble ad hoc toward their particular music end, a modular philosophy that extends beyond the studios themselves and into the relationship of the Digital Music Program to other departments and disciplines. Currently, the facilities include 5 studios all but one of which offers isolated workstations for critical listening.
Studio A (rm B27):
Studios B, C, and D (rms B25B, B25C, and B25D):
MIDI remotely in Studios A and B.
Library Teaching Lab:
This 14 workstation space provides an enviroment for teaching software and exploring sound concepts. In addition to the workstations (10 PC, 4 Mac OSX) the space features a 50-inch plasma display for demonstration purposes.