Are you looking for suitable conditions to realise your musical ideas? Would you like to release a music album or present to a friend an audio book recorded with your own voice? Visit the sound recording studio in the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania.
Our professionally equipped studio offers high-quality specialised services of the music industries. The studio is equipped to create 5.1 surround sound; here, you can record piano music with our new Yamaha C3X piano. Sound director will edit your recordings according to your needs, mix and prepare them for release.
|Services||Prices, VAT excluded:|
|Sound recording service||Calculated depending on individual needs|
|Sound editing service||1 hour: EUR 21.02|
|Sound mixing service||1 hour: EUR 21.02|
The space is open during the opening hours of the National Library; you will find it on Gedimino 51, 5th floor, Room 509.
The Cinema is an excellent space for organizing chamber movie nights, film retrospectives, educational events about cinema, competitions for cinema fans, animation festivals and meetings with film makers.
The hall accommodates 22 people. It has all equipment necessary for film screenings (a projector, a 7.1 surround system, and a computer). The films can be watched in DVD, Blue-Ray and VHS formats. Internet access is also available. The computer has a Windows 10 operating system. Films can be brought in and watched using a USB flash device in a MOV or MP4 format.
Note: All equipment is designed and intended for Microsoft Windows operating systems. Users are not permitted to disassemble the equipment.
The space is open during the opening hours of the National Library; you will find it on Gedimino 51, 5th floor, Room 507.
The atmosphere in the Education Lab makes it possible to leave the usual surroundings and routine behind, offering opportunities to release creative energy, share one’s art with others and discover art created by them. We use this space to organise meetings with artists, professionals of art history, theory and criticism, educators, curators, culture managers, publishers and other specialists of different fields of culture. We invite you to take advantage of the opportunity to participate in diverse cultural exchange and enjoy first-hand creative experience. We encourage you not only to participate, but to initiate these activities as well.
The space will be used for:
- Book presentations;
- Thematic lectures and/or cycles of such lectures;
- Meetings, discussions, seminars;
- Presentations and discussions about the city’s cultural events and phenomena.
We are open to people with different experience levels, backgrounds and age groups, professional artists and amateurs, educators in the field of art, art therapists, young people who are part of the academia – everyone willing to learn more about the world of art and discover and develop their creative powers.
We seek to create favourable environment for your creative expression making it possible to discover both traditional and contemporary cultural phenomena, expand the limits of perception and communicate. We hope that the art space will become a unique place to learn and serve as a source of creative inspiration for many of its visitors.
The space is open during the opening hours of the National Library; you will find it on Gedimino 51, 5th floor, Room 535.
The Music Lab is open to all visitors of the Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania who play, write or wish to learn more about music. The space is designed for rehearsals, creative and educational meetings, experience sharing and musical improvisations individually or with friends. We are planning to organise thematic meetings, lessons and lectures here too.
Those wishing to improve their skills or simply relax playing music with friends are welcome to bring their own instruments (acoustic, electric guitars, other string instruments, synthesizers, small percussion instruments, etc.). The space can be used to record and replay your own rehearsals.
The Music Lab offers:
- A piano;
- A computer with 2 speakers (Mackie CR4);
- 2 guitar cubes (Laney IRT30-112);
- 1 bass cube (TC Electronic BG250);
- 3 guitar stands;
- 2 sheet music stands;
- 4 microphones (with their stands);
- 1 concert chair for a guitarist.
Requirements for the use of the Music Space:
- In case of any changes of the schedule, please, withdraw the reservation. The user who fails to inform in advance about the cancelling of the reservation twice shall deprived of the use of the Music Space for two months.
- If the user is late for 15 minutes, the reservation of the Music Space is cancelled.
- Before using the Music Space, the user must get acquainted with the Rules for the Use of the Music Space.
The space is open during the opening hours of the National Library (you will find it on Gedimino Ave. 51, 5th floor, Room 536).
The National Library’s TV Studio is furnished with professional equipment for recording and editing programmes, conversations, and discussions, and for streaming live online broadcasts to the country’s libraries and public internet access points.
The TV Studio hosts broadcasts on a variety of topics ranging from financial management, healthy living, latest IT services to analysis of current affairs, fashion and design to art and literature.
The state ministries, educational institutions, various agencies, associations and other organisations use the National Library’s TV Studio to broadcast their programmes.
To reach your target audience, you can choose either a live broadcast or a pre-recorded video.
The cost of live streaming is EUR 260 (excl. VAT) per session (up to 1 hour in duration).
Our TV Studio is available for rent if you wish to use our professional facilities. The hourly rental fee is EUR 157.50 (excl. VAT). If you rent the studio space, you are allowed to independently make video recordings, arrange photo shoots, etc.
Live broadcasts or pre-recordings can be arranged during the National Library’s opening hours, address: Gedimino Ave. 51, 6th floor, Room 610.
Click here for examples of live broadcasts made in cooperation with state institutions, associations and other organisations ›