Families, teenagers, college students, seniors and small-business entrepreneurs all are experiencing the Creation Station digital media lab and recording studio at the Main Library of the Palm Beach County Library System, located at 3650 Summit Blvd. in West Palm Beach.
The latest in hardware and software technology is available for free, seven days a week, to create content: videos, podcasts, photos and music; participate in equipment orientations; and showcase created content at www.createpbc.org.
“We all know how important it is to have digital skills in this day and age, and Creation Station offers the tools to develop these abilities using a variety of technologies,” said Adam Davis, the main library’s branch manager.
Residents can explore and create multimedia content by shooting, recording and editing video and audio; communicate their ideas and share podcasts and vodcasts; record and mix music; scan, edit and share digital images; and transfer VHS, photo negatives and slides into digital files.
The Creation Station has Apple iMacs, iPads, video and digital cameras, a photo scanner, sound recording and video/audio editing equipment, a green screen, Adobe Creative Cloud, Final Cut Pro X, a GoPro Hero camcorder and much more.
To reserve a session at the Creation Station, call (561) 233-2600 or visit www.createpbc.org.