This hands-on two-day workshop focuses on sound in theater and how to create sound without expensive equipment.
How can sound be thought of as a structuring element for the stage? How can sound be used narratively and creatively? How do I create usable audio recordings without expensive equipment? How do signal processing and editing work, and what possibilities do current DAWs (Digital Audio Workstation) offer me? And what is a DAW anyway and what can I do with it?
This workshop is for anyone who works in the theater industry in any form and would like to learn more about sound in the theater context.
No previous knowledge is required.
Participants and additional information:
Bernhard la Dous, sound designer
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