On April 15th, guest teacher Danelle Cloutier will lead an Intro Class on broadcast recording. The class will introduce students to the fast-paced technical careers in live radio and rundown what it’s like to work in a newsroom. The class will emphasize the technical responsibilities of a broadcast technician, technology used, and the skills needed to help you succeed.
Danelle Cloutier is a journalist and audio engineer, and has worked in live radio for five years. Her last position was with Canada’s public broadcaster, where she worked as an associate producer and audio technician for live current affairs radio shows. In that position she programmed music, ran the soundboard for daily shows and set up and ran equipment for remote broadcasts.
Omni Sound Project is partnering with Focusrite Pro to present this event. Focusrite Audio Engineering has pioneered professional audio recording technology spanning almost three decades. Focusrite Pro, the company's professional and commercial division, meets the demands of recording, post-production, live sound and broadcast professionals. It consists of RedNet, a fully modular audio-over-IP solution, and the Red range, Focusrite's flagship multi-format interfaces, along with the heritage ISA range of microphone preamplifiers and analogue signal processors. Its solutions are consistently chosen to meet the needs of high-pressure audio environments, having recently been utilized for the US Presidential Inauguration and the Super Bowl.
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