Shenandoah Valley, VA, USA
“All About Internet Audio(Advanced)”
Lee has a degree in Production Management and Music with a focus on Audio Engineering. She has managed the UMBC recording studio called Studio 508, started the Blue Ridge Recording studio in Shenandoah Valley, VA, and has had clients such as National Geographic and General Electric as well as hundreds of remote recording projects. Lee currently teaches Computer Literacy and 2D Art to 8th graders and utilizes audio and multimedia for almost all their projects.
This session will introduce participants to a variety of audio recording applications and hardware one can use for audio to be used on the computer. It will cover topics such as “Basic Audio Editing in Audacity” to “Compression – Whats the Big Squeeze?” Learning what to use and how to end up with good signal to noise ratio, how to edit at a variety of levels (compression, multitrack, panning, eq, boost, trim, conversion), how to create everything from a simple webpage to more advanced flash players to house the audio for internet use to name just a few topics we will cover.
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- Collaboration with TwitCast - 2014
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- K12Online13 Day 4 Presentations: 24 October, 2013 - 2013
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