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Studio12 is a digital media project for people aged 16–30. It provides free access to a production studio, training, accredited qualifications and an Industry Panel of creative professionals. Studio12 is run by Leeds Central Library, the space houses a fully equipped studio with a wide range of multimedia, video, photography, music equipment and software packages. People accessing Studio12 are encouraged and supported to work towards attaining an accredited qualification though NOCN and Arts Award in Audio Visual Media Production. Studio12 work will be showcased at live events in the city centre and to a global audience on the web.
Studio12 hosts a wide range of cinematic film equipment, providing young people with access to production equipment, training and support for film projects. Green Screen, Adobe CC Editing, DaVinci Resolve Colour-grading, 2D & 3D Post-Production & Sound Production.
Professional music software and hardware to produce electronic music is available. There is also a bookable recording booth for vocals. Studio12 runs a range of music software to produce including Logic, Reason, Abelton live and the NI Komplete plugins.
There is a professional photography studio with Nikon and Canon cameras and studio lighting and backdrops, free for members and groups. Editing photos can be completed in Photoshop and Light Room.
Studio12 hosts a number of industry software packages to produce designs for your media applications. The full Adobe CC software, scanners and drawing tablets are available to produce designs. We have large format printers, laser printers and 3D printers available to members.
Studio12 provides FREE access to a visual and audio production studio for 16 – 30 year olds living in Leeds
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