1. REVIEW THE ASSIGNMENT
WHO DID YOU INTERVIEW?
DID YOU GET THEIR FIRST AND LAST NAME (AND SPELLING?)
WHAT QUESTIONS(S) DID YOU ASK?
LET’S LISTEN TO THE SOUND
(Teams of 3)
In Groups of 3.
You’ve been assigned to work as a producer with a sports reporter for NPR. The sports reporter is interviewing Serena Williams at the US OPEN. Your job is to collect sounds from the environment to help fill out their audio report. List out all the atmospheric sound details that you’d look to record?
SURPRISE SCENARIO CHANGE!!!
Change of plans. You’ve been re-assigned to work with a reporter on the transportation desk, and they are interviewing a manager at the Department of Motor Vehicles. As an audio producer, you’ve been asked to get atmosphere and natural sound from the DMV. Womp Womp.
List your audio goals.
AUDIO SCAVENGER HUNT
(Teams of 4-5)
Go find the following environmental sounds that could be used to fill out an audio story. Use one of the audio devices (use phone as emergency backup).
Read the Pages ( 229-233 ) assigned in the syllabus.
ENVIRONMENTAL SOUND HOMEWORK:
1. PICK AN ENVIRONMENT OFF CAMPUS (a store, a park, a restaurant, a library… etc…)
2. RECORD 5 ENVIRONMENTAL SOUNDS TO TELL THE STORY OF THE LOCATION