Field Recording

An introduction to the practice of Field Recording and its techniques

Participants will be introduced to the origin and evolution of Field Recording as a sonic practice. You will receive advice on the use and variety of equipment; to include digital sound recorders, microphones and windshields.

These two days will also cover location scouting, basic sound editing, and uploading a project to a sound site, for instance a soundmap. On completion of the course, participants will have produced a field recording portfolio, totalling five minutes that they will have uploaded to the sound site of their choice.

This course will take place over two consecutive Saturdays.

The Art Experience
Taken by Paul Whitty for his 'Get Rid!' project at the East Hendred ground

CONTACT US

School of Arts

Oxford Brookes University
Richard Hamilton Building
Headington Campus
Oxford, OX3 0BP

Short Courses Officer: +44 (0) 1865 48 4995

short-arts-courses@brookes.ac.uk

COURSE DETAILS

WHEN
Saturdays
30 September & 7 October 2017
10:00am - 5:00pm
LOCATION
RHG45 Richard Hamilton Building, Oxford Brookes University (map)
The Music Department Basement Computer Room
COST
£280
MATERIALS REQUIRED
Digital Sound Recorders; Microphones; Windshields
COURSE CODE
TDEARTS0251
TUTORS
Patrick Farmer & Harriet Butler

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