Pride Audio Collective

Have you ever wanted to record and edit audio interviews for podcast, broadcast or as a personal record? Then these free workshops may be for you...

Upcoming audio workshops: September 2016

An introduction to recording audio interviews in various locations and editing them for podcast/broadcast.

Over four weekends PrideNZ.com producer Gareth Watkins will introduce you to various recording scenarios (outside, studio, 1-to-1, group etc), explore ways of capturing the sound and demonstrate audio editing techniques.

The workshops will take place at Wellington Access Radio in Ghuznee Street and will be hands on, giving you the opportunity to record and edit a short interview. The interviews will be compiled to form a radio show that will be broadcast on Access Radio and hosted as a podcast on PrideNZ.com.

These workshops aim to be supportive, inclusive and fun. They are open to anyone but will be rainbow-community focussed. To hear the programme produced in the March 2016 workshop click here.

The workshops are offered free-of-charge as a community empowerment tool. No experience or equipment is required. However it would be useful if participants had access outside of the workshops to an audio recorder and a computer with audio editing software so they could make full use of the opportunity.

Cost:Free, limited to 6 participants.
Spaces are limited so you need to register before the workshops begin. Please make sure you can commit to the four Sundays listed below.
Location:Wellington Access Radio, 35-37 Ghuznee Street, Wellington, New Zealand
Time:Sundays 10am - 12pm
Dates:11, 18, 25 September and 2 October
Accessibility:Access Radio is located on the first floor. There is both stair and lift access. The initial plan is that the workshops will be based around the recording and visual editing of sound using a PC computer (mouse and keyboard), but please do get in contact if you wish to explore or suggest other options.

To register your interest please get in contact before Wednesday 7 September 2016.