Hey folks. For any of you interested in the workshops held at Wing and Clover in Rhinebeck, they're having an open house tomorrow (Sunday 10/3) from 1-3pm. You can come see the place and talk to the teachers of the fall/winter workshops. (And I hear they'll be apple cider too!) Many of the workshops are great for older kids (12 and up).
I'll be around to answer questions about my upcoming digital audio storytelling workshop. Family oral histories can make fabulous holiday/birthday/anniversary gifts, and we can talk about how to add your audio to slideshows and other multimedia presentations. If you have an idea but aren't sure if the workshop is right for you, stop by tomorrow and we can talk it out. You can also contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you tomorrow!
Stories are best told by the people who live them. In this class you will learn basic digital audio recording and editing to produce public-radio-style features, oral histories, and other sound-rich documentaries. As a class, we will create a short audio feature that you can use as a guide for future personal projects. We will cover interview and recording techniques, tips for telling stories with sound, and basic digital editing and mixing. Recording and editing equipment will be available for your use in class, but we will also discuss how to set up your own digital recording suite at home.
Instructor: Mia Lobel
Sunday, October 17, 1:00-4:00
$70 ages: 14- adult