The music room is a sound-proofed space. You can practice either alone or together with others, using the instruments and equipment in the music room. The room is also used as a band training room. You can also bring in your own instrument.
Instruments: piano, electric guitar Tokai Stratocaster, electric bass guitar Tokai Hardpuncher, acoustic guitar Tanglewood, electric drums Roland TD-11KW, synthesiser Roland FA-06
Amplifiers and other equipment: Guitar amplifier Cube 40 GX, bass amplifier Warwick BC 80, Montarbo Duetto 12A active loudspeakers (400 W), Mixer Proel M1622 (BROKEN AT THE MOMENT)
Other equipment: microphones, microphone stands, music stands, sofa, chairs for players, etc.
Registering as a user and reservations:
A user agreement for use of the music facilities is signed by the client, either in advance or at the first reservation. A person in charge of the music rooms is present at the library 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. during weekdays and 12 a.m. - 6 p.m. during Saturdays. Remember to bring your ID and your library card! After signing the agreement, you will receive a personal Musapassi (Music passport). The Musapassi will be given to you either as a printed card or as an image file for your mobile device. The next time you wish to use the premises, the guard (at the main information desk of the Service Centre) will let you in after checking your Musapassi, the reservation and your ID, if necessary. A brief guidance session covering the music room’s basic operations will be given to the users.
The music studio and the music room can also be reserved together. This means that the studio acts as a control room and the recording is carried out in the music room. (The studio will become available for reservation and use with your Musapassi at a later date, which you will be notified of separately).
Use of the premises is free of charge and the maximum reservation time is 3 hours. If you are more than 15 minutes late, the time slot reserved will be made available to other users. The age limit for the music room is 15 years. A person over 18 years of age can also take responsibility for younger users.