Need Adobe Creative Cloud or recording studio access? Denver Public Library has you covered

The Denver Public Library has announced the addition of a new recording studio — in addition to the one that’s already been available.

The Denver Public Library. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)dplbroadway
The Denver Public Library. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)
The Denver Public Library. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

The Denver Public Library has announced the addition of a new recording studio — in addition to the one that’s already been available. 

DPL’s website fills in the details:

“You can record using Garageband or Logic Pro X in the studio space, or use the other computer to convert your old photos, slides, negatives, VHS tapes, cassettes, or records into digital files or use any of the programs in the Adobe Creative Cloud. The two computers in the Studio are available by reservation only and sessions are two hours. To reserve a computer, you must have a library card and a valid photo ID.”

The new studio will be available by reservation during all normal Central Library hours. The old studio will switch to being walk-in only.

With the equipment available in the studio, all you need now is a band name or a podcast idea.

So here are some names and podcast ideas:

Musical recording artist names
  • Fair Weather’s End
  • Coughin’ Candy (unless already a local roller derby name)
  • The Beatles
Podcast ideas
  • Video game reviews, but with no proper nouns
  • Simulated butt dials from popular Colorado tourist attractions (very good idea)
  • That’s all of my ideas

Dave Burdick

Author: Dave Burdick

Dave Burdick is the editor of Denverite. He has previously worked at The Denver Post, The Daily Camera, The Huffington Post, Naropa University up in Boulder and the Best Buy down by Park Meadows circa "Now That's What I Call Music" volume 4. His parents are retired local newspaper journalists, and he is married to a freelance journalist. He lives in Denver with her, their two children and a dog.