Are you a theatre maker who wants to use sound more but doesn’t know where to start?
Sound is a fantastic tool to support storytelling. Find out about the way sound can create spaces of its own and establish depth, context and atmosphere.
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This training will enable participatory theatre makers to take a more in-depth look at the nuts and bolts of recording, working with and editing sound.
It will provide an introduction to software including Echoes (geolocated audio tours) and Shure Motive (mobile recording app), illustrated through a case study of how they have been used in a recent participatory music project delivered by Yorkshire Sound Women Network.
There will be time in the training for you to explore these apps hands-on, followed by an introduction to using Audacity (free sound editing software). You will need access to a smartphone / computer or laptop for this training and instructions will be given on how to download all apps and software which will be covered in the training prior to the event.
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Caro C (Freelance Facilitator and Musician) and Heidi Johnson (Development Manager, YSWN)
Caro C is a passionate artist, engineer and facilitator in sound (music and words). Her fourth album “Electric Mountain” was released in June 2021. Dedicated to sound and music for over 20 years now, Caro enjoys helping others to unlock the power of music and the magic of sound. Caro also produces music and sound design for film, theatre and dance. This “one-woman electronic avalanche” (BBC Introducing) only started making music in 1997 thanks to being laid up with back trouble. Caro worked with Collective Encounters in 2019 with Aidan Jolly/Threepenny Festival when all spent a day hosting a group of Colombian and Chilean environmental activists.
Heidi is Development Manager for Yorkshire Sound Women Network. She has 17 years’ experience working in the music education and arts sectors, with a particular interest in promoting musical inclusion through digital technologies.
Yorkshire Sound Women Network (YSWN) was founded in 2015 by women working in the sound technology industry who wanted to use their skills and influence to address gender and racial inequality.
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- For participants who are supported by their organisation the full price of a ticket is £27.50
- For freelancers and individual attendees the ticket cost is £22.50
- A discount rate for those on low or no income is available for £17.50
We also have a small number of bursary places available for those with limited funds, please email Marianne at email@example.com
**NEW – We have now introduced a ‘Pay it Forward’ price which is the cost of one ticket plus a donation to our Bursary Fund, this is £32.50
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Location: Online, via Zoom
Access: This event will use live transcription. If you require BSL interpretation, or any other access support please get in touch before the event.