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CITL/MDHI: From Poetry to Podcast: Producing Sound-Rich Audio (Podcasting II) | LTS

Mar 24, 2017
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

On-Campus - E.W. Fairchild-Martindale Library

Annette Ruhe

Presenters: Cory Fischer-Hoffman and Jarret Brown Along with Special Guest Rend Smith

This workshop is for those with some experience using audio editing software to incorporate sound, music, and narration to spoken word poetry to create sound-rich and powerful audio that will communicate with listeners.  This workshop is great for those who already work in radio, audio or sound but want to explore creative compositions and learn about additional functions in the audio editing software, Audacity. The workshop is also open to beginners who are quick learners and are enthusiastic about producing sound art, podcasts or audio documentary.

Artist Rend Smith will present on an award winning radio series and digital humanities project the “Prison Poetry Workshop” and his effort to capture, document, disseminate, and contextualize prison writings into a national canon.

Location: Digital Media Studio (EWFM 421)


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