Audio Storytelling I
Hours per week:
- Lab: 3
This course introduces students to the principles and practices related to capturing, editing and distributing broadcast-quality audio with a digital focus. Students learn how to record interviews and natural sound with a variety of equipment, edit digital audio files and prepare them for distribution. They also analyze a range of professional audio storytelling examples (e.g., newscasts, podcasts), learn the fundamentals of professional vocal performance and create short-form, research-based digital audio projects.
Additional Course Information
- CUL8000. Not available to students in Advanced Standing Honours BA DMJN program (Advanced Standing: Conestoga College Journalism Diploma program graduates)