Podcasting event to explore audio recording and editing

Brock University faculty, staff and students are invited to the next Podcast Learning Network (PLN) event featuring experts who will share trips and tricks for recording and editing podcasts.

The in-person panel discussion will be held Friday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to noon in RFP 216.

The audio experts, who all currently work on podcasts, will unpack technical terms and audio recording techniques as well as answer questions from the audience.

Panel guests include Serena Atallah (BA ’20), a recent grad of Brock’s Interactive Arts and Science program (IASC); Mitchell Hingley (BSc ’23), who recently graduated from Brock’s Game Programming program; and third-year IASC and Studies in Arts and Culture student Andrew Camacho, who works as a podcast editor and producer for the Perinatal Wellbeing podcast with Christine Cunningham.

The event will also include a tour of the equipment for editing podcasts available in the Brock University Library’s Makerspace

Space is limited and those interested in attending are asked to RSVP through ExperienceBU.

The PLN is funded by the Faculty of Humanities and facilitated by Alison Innes, Strategic Initiatives and Outreach Officer in the Faculty of Humanities. Sessions are organized in collaboration with the Department of Digital Humanities, the Makerspace and Office of Research Services.

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