This workshop will introduce participants to the Zoom Digital Audio Recorder. Students will learn how to properly use the recorder for field production. The workshop will cover techniques for properly recording voice, interviews, and natural sound. Students will learn about free audio editing software and how to manage their files, however, the class will not spend a lot of time on audio editing.
PhillyCAM Members Only.
Instructor: Elissa Fredeen
Elissa Fredeen is a freelance live sound engineer and co-founder of the Sound Museum Collective through which she has collaborated with Girls Rock Philly to facilitate workshops such as Noise Nights, Deep Listening, Soldering Contact Mics, Gear Guts, and Field Recording Experiments in addition to DJing at WPRB from 2016-2019. She is currently working with the Art for Social Change Grant from the Leeway Foundation to experiment with radios and electromagnetic fields and create an archive of past and present pirate radios in Philadelphia and how they are embedded in queer cultures. The Sound Museum Collective of Philadelphia (SMC) holds space to reconstruct our relationships to sound by creating a platform for women, trans and nonbinary sound artists, and engineers.