Making Better Audio Recordings
Online session date: 14 January 2015 at 11:00
This webinar aims to provide guidance for learning and teaching practitioners on how to get the best out of their audio recordings with a particular focus on spoken word recordings. Spoken word recordings are widely used in education for the creation of learning materials, providing audio feedback and making accessible resources. We will introduce some recording concepts, look at best practice for using equipment and how to use software to enhance recordings and improve problematic recordings.
Why you should attend
We will provide practical guidance backed up by theoretical expertise through a series of examples, which will be available to download. All examples will be shown using the open sourceAudacity software so attendees can take the skills learned back to the work place.
You will also have an opportunity to ask questions in the Q&A session following the webinar presentation.
Who should attend
The webinar is aimed at people across all levels of technical expertise but of most benefit to beginners and those struggling to produce good quality audio recordings. The webinar is likely to be of interest to learning technology developers, tutors and lecturers interested in making their own audio recordings, and those whose job entails creating spoken word productions.
This session is hosted by Joel Eaton.