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Podcast studio

Book a session in the library podcast studio.

Podcast studio

Welcome to the StoryCast Studio, Sunshine Coast Libraries’ recording space located at Kawana Library. Whether you are an avid podcaster or just getting started, the StoryCast Studio is available for all Sunshine Coast Library members to book and access.  

The StoryCast Studio is an acoustically treated space that has everything you need to get recording and create a podcast. The space includes: 

  • Four quality microphones and headphones 
  • A podcast production mixer/interface 
  • Audacity multi-track audio editing software on a PC 
  • Access to Libraries’ free WiFi. 

Access to the StoryCast Studio is free for community users. Fees apply for commercial users - contact Libraries for pricing and information. 

The studio is available during Kawana Library opening hours and can accommodate up to 4 people. 

Studio sessions can be booked at the following times. 

Days Studio Sessions 
Monday to Friday 

9.30am – 11.45am 

12.00pm – 2.15pm 

2.30pm – 4.45pm 

Saturday 9.30am – 11.45am  

Things to know

  • You must be a Sunshine Coast Libraries member to book the space. Not a member, join now. It’s free! 
  • To book the space, you must be aged 16 years or older. Under 16s are welcome when accompanied by a library member who is 18 years or older.  
  • All hirers/users must agree to terms and conditions of use. 
  • No formal technical support is provided during the studio session. Basic instructions and a factsheet are available in the studio.  
  • While the studio is acoustically treated, it is not soundproof. 

For more information visit the frequently asked questions or contact Libraries on  
07 5475 8989.  

Book the podcast studio

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We commit to working in partnership with the Traditional Custodians and the broader First Nations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) community to support self-determination through economic and community development.
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