Understanding Audio – Recording and Editing (lesson 1 – The basics)

There is a lot to consider when working with audio; what recorder to use, which file type to record, how to hold the recorder, adjusting record levels, how to edit the recording and much more. The lesson below is the first in a series of five lessons which will guide you through the processes of working with audio.

Go to the next lesson (lesson 2) to learn the basics of recording audio.


About shazmagill

I work as a Senior Technical Demonstrator and Lecturer in digital storytelling at Cardiff School of Journalism, Cardiff University. I teach and support any tools necessary for our students to function as journalists or media practitioners. This means anything from audio recording techniques, video editing, photography and print and mobile publishing. I have recently completed MA in Arts Practice (Fine Art) at the University of South Wales exploring the subjective and objective view and community storytelling through art of the Rhondda valley.
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One Response to Understanding Audio – Recording and Editing (lesson 1 – The basics)

  1. Sharon, thanks for sharing this great series of tutorials! I will bring these to the attention of the Cardiff Podcasting User Group – I think they’ll find them very useful indeed.

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