In the department there are two, almost similar, larger studios and two smaller practice studios. These studios are named after compositions by Rune Lindblad, the electroacoustic music pioneer who worked as a teacher at the then "SÄMUS" (Music teacher training programme) and the Music School of Gothenburg from 1970 to 1987.
Glacier is designed as a mix production studio and configured for stereo and 5.1 audio, while Optica is focused on electroacoustic music production and offers a flexible multi-channel system.
Two smaller studios, Frage and Tora, are basically equipped with music software, keyboards and stereo listening.
In addition to digital audio tools like Pro Tools and top class listening, the Lindblad Studio offers two "Creme-de-la-Creme" modular synthesizers, namely a Serge from the 80's and a Buchla 200E, as well as a real classic, a VCS3 Synthi, which allegedly belonged to Pink Floyd once upon a time.
Furthermore, the Lindblad department has a mobile 16-channel playback facility, plus top-class mobile recording equipment.