School Studios

School Studios

About School Studio

The Graphic Lab at the School of Communications is equipped with the latest versions of Adobe Creative Cloud, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and other graphic design software. It has high-end computers with large monitors, scanners, and printers, enabling students to create and produce professional-quality graphics.

The Edit Suites are equipped with professional-grade editing software such as Final Cut Pro and Avid Media Composer, and the latest hardware to support the demanding nature of video and film editing. Students are able to work on their projects in a professional environment, learning the latest techniques and technologies used in the industry.

The 3Dx Max and Maya software in the lab provides students with the opportunity to explore and create three-dimensional graphics, animations, and simulations. This is a valuable tool for students who wish to specialize in areas such as animation, visual effects, and game design.

Overall, the School of Communications offers students access to the latest technology and tools to help them develop the skills they need to succeed in their careers. With the combination of top-of-the-line facilities and professional training, students are well-prepared to enter the dynamic and constantly evolving field of media and communications.

The audio studio uses a 32-input professional Presonus mixer with Studio One Pro software. It uses the award winning Sceptre monitors. The studio has Midi-Keyboard and other musical equipment for recording. The Studio has high quality Blue and Orange condenser microphones, Beyerdynamic and Shure microphones besides seven drum kit microphones of Beyerdynamics. The students are taught digital sound production through an intensive hands-on learning experience.

The Master Edit suite has the latest cylindrical Apple MacPro with Final Cut Pro with professional sound monitors. The graphic lab is used by students for imaging and graphic design and for real time film and video Editing. Workstations give students ample chances to practice what they learn in classrooms.