CBAA Webinars

UPCOMING WEBINAR: Advanced Mixing Techniques - Using EQ and Compression - Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Danny Chifley, 17th April 2018
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6.30 pm, AEST Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Upskill your current audio knowledge!

A knowledge of EQ and Compression is vital to your station's audio production process. Your knowledge of these concepts and how to use them to help shape your sound will ensure that your station sounds professional. This is a session that can be applied to all aspects of your on-air sound and branding, including station identification, promotions & sponsorship stings and so much more.

In this session, participants will:
  • Learn more about the concepts of advanced audio editing
  • Manipulate audio to explain the concepts of EQ and Compression
  • Have the opportunity to have your queries about audio editing answered
Who is this for:
  • Producers, Program Makers and Sponsorship Staff.
Presented by: Heli Newton - CMTO Pathways Coordinator & Administration Officer Heli Newton

For over 5 years, Heli has volunteered at FBi Radio in broadcasting music specialist programs (Utility Fog, Ears Have Ears: Unexplored Territories In Sound, Dusty Fingers) and was involved in their audio production team. Aside from his contributions to community radio, Heli performs in a punk/hardcore band and writes pop music.

This is a hands-on webinar!
Please download Audacity and familiarise yourself with the program before the webinar if needed.
During the webinar examples of audio will be used. Please download these prior to the webinar.

If you experience any difficulty accessing this material, please contact the CBAA. Registrants will also be sent links to the above materials prior to the webinar.

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