Posted January 25th, 2012 by Lilach
The workshop will first describe and demonstrate fundamentals of digital audio that have direct relationship to audio quality, processing sequences, compression, and file size. Then we will use Audacity (free audio editing software) to perform basic editing that includes creating fades, volume envelopes, mixing sounds, cleaning out noise, normalizing sound, and outputting finished sound files for various delivery formats. Non-destructive editing vs destructive editing examples will be shown so students will hopefully be able to avoid the most common errors in audio editing.
This class will be taught by Clyde Johnson, head of the Digital Media program at College of the Redwoods (see: http://www.redwoods.edu/departments/digital-media/).
Admission:$20. Open to the public!