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*Audio Production: Recording Lectures, Seminars Interviews and
This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to record and
produce recordings of spoken word audio, with specific emphasis being
placed upon the recording of lectures, interviews, seminars and events.
You will learn the basic concepts of recording technologies and through
practical exercises you will learn how to confidently apply these into a
practical situation. The workshop will also introduce ideas for
delivering you new media, be it through podcasting for example, and
managing your digital recordings.
This workshop is for those with an interest in producing audio resources
along with staff embarking on recording projects, and non-technical
staff who wish to gain knowledge in order to oversee recording projects.
The workshop assumes no previous knowledge of recording systems or audio
theory although some basic IT understanding is desired as the workshop
will go into some technical depth.
* Basic principles of digital audio and terminology
* Introduction and set up of basic recording systems
* Troubleshoot basic common technical issues
* Digital audio capture
* Production techniques
* Basic software editing functions
* Delivery of media
* Creation of 'podcast ready' material
* Creating simple technical metadata records
*Date: April 3rd 10am - 4:30pm
Further info: http://www.tasi.ac.uk/training
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Joel Eaton TSO - Sound Resources
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