COVID-19 Safe Management
Our Libraries in Port Macquarie, Laurieton and Wauchope are currently open Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm.
Services available: browsing and borrowing only. Due to COVID-19 safety requirements there will be no computer access, photocopying or printing until further notice.
Visitors will need to sanitise their hands on entry, maintain physical distancing and limit visits to 20 minutes. We appreciate this is not the level of access you're accustomed to, however we ask for your patience during the current times.
Thanks in advance for your understanding.
A playground for your imagination is the best way to describe the ‘Imaginarium’ at Port Macquarie Library.
Whether you want to record a song, make a video or tell a story, the studio features a wide range of recording equipment and software ideal for creative minds keen to experiment or groups wanting to preserve important events.
All library members have access to the Imaginarium’s range of tools - and the opportunity to create and capture digital content to your hearts content.
The only limit is your imagination.
With too many features to list, equipment includes: studio lights and a green screen; microphones; video camera; controller/sequencer; Mbox Pro; 27 inch retina display iMac and; a suite of the latest recording and editing packages.
Studio is free to use for library members (short induction required).
- 27" 5k retina display iMac
- AVID Mbox Pro
- Roland A-500SMidi keyboard
- M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro controller/sequencer
- Fender Champion 100w guitar amp
- Eden EM25 25w bass amp
- Acoustic guitar
- Bass guitar
- Canon xf300 video camera
- Wacom Intuos Pro media tablet
- Studio lights and green screen
- Microphones, stands, leads, etc
- Pro Tools 11
- Logic Pro X
- Final Cut Pro X
- Adobe creative suite, including:
- After Effects
- Premiere Pro
- Blender (3D animation)
For more info or to book a session call Port Macquarie Library on 6581 8755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This facility was made possible by a Library Development Grant from the State Library of NSW.
This page was last updated on: 18 June 2020