CTL offers both studio and location recording services for all university departments and faculty.
CTL understands the value of how your classroom instruction applies to the mission of the University of Georgia. We offer both studio and location recording services for all university departments and faculty.
Don’t worry if professional audio and video production is not familiar to you. Our award-winning staff will be happy to provide expert consultation and assistance with all aspects of the production process. This process involves many steps like scripting, recording, editing, graphics creation, and distribution, but with the guidance of our team, your concept can be a reality.
We accept many forms of payment such as UGA account numbers, major credit cards, and check made payable to the Center for Teaching and Learning. You can also view our current rates here. Regardless of your funding limits, we have options to fit your needs.
To request CTL production, please fill out the following production request form:
Unlike location shoots, studios offer a more controlled environment for recording crucial audio and video information while minimizing the common pitfalls associated with field acquisition. Studios can save you money since all equipment necessary for recording is already installed and ready for use. CTL has two onsite studios – one sound booth for recording voice-overs and one multi-camera television studio.
You have a nice broadcast level recording and so what’s the next step? Whether your project was recorded as audio only, single camera, or multi-camera, some post-production is necessary for sharing it with your audience. Post-production involves removing unnecessary gaps, normalizing audio, inserting b-roll, adding graphics, laying down a music bed, and authoring the project to disc based media, online streaming, or broadcast level videotape. Not all projects require this many steps, but in order to better communicate your message in a clear and concise manner, we encourage all clients to consider professional editing.