1. REVIEW THE READING
2. REVIEW THE ENVIRONMENTAL SOUNDS ASSIGNMENT
Let’s listen and critique
SOUND EDITING (AUDITION)
1. Open Audition
2. Start MultiTrack (.sesx file)
3. Choose settings (HRTZ, samples rate)
4. Import Files (import your interview and your environmental sounds)
5. Bring a file to the timeline (understanding layers)
6. Using the Tools (Razor/Slip/Cursor)
7. Levels (clip keyframes) (pan, volume) (fading)
8. Exporting as .mp3
Use headphones when working on audio.
Record sounds around -16 BD … BUT …
Aim for levels around -12 to -6 when editing and publishing.
Ask for help, from colleagues and your professor. Get other ears on your work.
Read the Pages ( 234-242 ) assigned in the syllabus.
PROJECT 1 (AUDIO)
1. Start thinking about the story you want to report for your first project.
2. Project 1 AUDIO STORY. This will be a 3 minute audio report using interview, natural sound, and narration to tell the story. It can be newsy (about an event) or featurey (about a person or an organization).
3. Key to an effective product is high quality audio, well woven use of natural sounds, well written script and narration, and cohesive storytelling from beginning to end using appropriate quotes.