The facility is open to registered CCRMA users, which consist of undergraduate and graduate students, research staff, faculty, and visiting composers and researchers on a twenty-four hour basis. In order to use the facility you should have filled out a CCRMA registration form which is available from your sponsor and which must be approved by the CCRMA administration. This will allow you use of the various resources and access to the facility.
In return for use of the facility, we ask that you be respectful of the CCRMA community and work in a cooperative manner. Projects involving heavy use of CCRMA resources should be approved by a CCRMA staff person ahead of time. In general, see Jay Kadis, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano or Carr Wilkerson to make arrangements. To sign-up for the use of a studio or audio equipment, please see Jay Kadis.
Equipment should NEVER be moved, rewired, or rearranged without permission.
If an occasion occurs where you have to move other equipment for a short period of time in order to complete some work and you are not able to find a staff person, please send a message to Jay and leave a note as to where you have moved the particular piece of equipment. You are also required to put whatever you move back where it belongs after you use it. Before moving anything, you should also check to make sure that you are not disturbing someone else's work.
In general, if you have a problem with something, please see a staff person: Carr Wilkerson - general administration; Jay Kadis - audio equipment, studios, and MacIntosh administration; Fernando Lopez Lezcano - network, NeXT, Linux, and SGI administration.
If you haven't already, please take a minute to familiarize yourself with the list of Frequently Asked Questions about CCRMA.