Take a whistle-stop tour of Radio Production in this short taster class. If you-ve ever wanted to know more about how shows start life, this will shed some light. Learn more about software used to create it, techniques for writing scripts and planning an item for inclusion in a radio programme.
|Qualification name||Non regulated Community Learning provision, Performing Arts|
|Awarding organisation||Generic award - no awarding body|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||22nd July 2022|
This class is suitable for beginners. Ability to navigate a software platform such as: Logic, Pro Tools, Cubase, Ableton is useful. Some experience of using Apple computers would be an advantage, but support during class will be given. Basic computer skills, file management, etc.
1. Learn techniques for planning content for a radio piece or podcast episode 2. Learn how to record and use basic editing to construct and produce the show
Demonstrations and explanations from Tutor Practical workshops Class discussion of listening assignments. Taking notes during lectures and audio-visual presentations Individual projects
Please bring a USB storage device if you wish to save any work you do in class
Radio and Podcast Production 1, Mixing and Mastering, Creative Field Recording, Sound Art