Answered By: Van Pelt and Opie Library
Last Updated: Jul 26, 2022     Views: 35

The Carillon is housed in a secure location in the library with other sensitive University networking equipment, which prohibits access to the Carillon by public or private tour. The organ/keyboard interface to the Carillon is disabled and in storage, so there is no performance possible at present. The access to this equipment, including regular calibration of time and periodic disabling, is moderated by the library technology team. Finally, the speaker system is housed atop the Memorial Union Building and wired into the telecom infrastructure of the library.

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