This unit aims to develop learners' understanding of the range of audio techniques, technology, recording and technical production practice currently obtaining in the radio industry.
Working in any technical role in the radio industry demands a professional understanding of audio principles and operational practices in the use of audio recording and editing equipment. Learners will experiment with recording environments, research and evaluate microphones and their specific uses, and develop their skills in audio recording. They will learn about production equipment and principles, including health and safety requirements in the audio recording environment. This will then inform learners' practical application of recording and production techniques and procedures.
- This course is offered in 48 contact hours
On successful completion of this unit a learner will:
1 Understand audio recording techniques and technology
2 Be able to capture live and pre-recorded audio content
3 Be able to use sound production techniques
4 Be able to follow sound production procedures