Building on the basic skills of digital radio production learned in semesters 1 & 2 and technical audio production practices acquired in semesters 3& 4, students will further develop advanced radio and audio production skills, emphasising both the aesthetic experience and global standard industry practice. Students will further develop the cognitive skills of analysis, research and critique, alongside further developed competency with production tools, leading to production of various programming formats to a given high standard of specification.
Advanced Studio Operations
Advanced studio operations incorporating equipment layout and content based studio customisations. Advanced multi-tracking, recording and mixing techniques, utilising a variety of digital and analogue equipment.
Advanced Presentation and Interviewing Techniques
Advanced presentation and interview techniques over a range of programme types, incorporating a number of workshops on developing effective presentation skills on location and in studio based settings.
Advanced analysis of programme formats incorporating vocal, musical and mixed content types. Content selection and production of elements, specifically live, pre-recorded and report insert packages. Advanced analysis and use of feature timings, scheduling and delivery.
Alternate Delivery Methods
An insight into digital distribution methods, with emphasis on podcasting and online avenues.
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