Books are located on the library's 2nd (T-Z), 3rd (H-S), and 4th (A-G) floors organized by the Library of Congress Classification system. Search for books using the library catalog.
Call Number Areas to Browse
|Music periodicals||Per M||2nd|
|Music reference||Ref M||2nd|
|CDs||Compact Disc M||3rd|
There are different noise levels allowed on the Library Floors:
Music Materials (books, scores, CDs, LPs) are located on the third floor.
View floor maps on the Library's website: https://www.lib.uidaho.edu/about/maps.html
The library loans more than just books! Students, staff, and faculty may check out a wide range of equipment, including field recorders and USB microphones: https://www.lib.uidaho.edu/studio/loanable.html. Inquire about checking out this equipment at the first floor circulation desk.
The library's book scanner on the first floor is conveniently located for anyone to use. It scans books and scores quickly (keep in mind that while copyright law allows you to practice using scanned scores, you cannot legally perform from a score that you do not own yourself, scanned or otherwise).
Located on the second floor, the Studio offers dedicated space to record, edit, or digitize audiovisual content. Here's a list of the Studio's equipment: https://www.lib.uidaho.edu/studio/equipment.html. A turntable can be supplied in the Studio for listening to records, but you'll need to first email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about its availability.
To use the Studio, you'll first need to reserve the room here: https://libcal.uidaho.edu/reserve/AV.
Have a question about the Studio? Check out the Studio FAQs or email email@example.com.