Isaacson School rolls out new noncredit workshops
The Isaacson School for New Media at Colorado Mountain College is opening up new noncredit workshops in video production, audio mixing and radio production.
In March the workshop is “In the Mix: Basic Audio Mixing Principles for Podcasting and More.” Using basic audio recording equipment and editing software, participants will learn how to create their own audio content. Class meets March 1 and 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
“On the Air: The History of Radio Production,” presented on Apr. 26 and 27, is an overview course examining the rich history of radio production, beginning with the first live newscasts and radio drama through the shockjock era and into the modern era of satellite radio and podcasting. Sessions meet 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Workshops are held at the CMC Glenwood Center (1402 Blake Ave.) and are taught by Corby Anderson, a 20-year media veteran who currently manages the college’s student radio station, RadioCMC (93.9 FM and RadioCMC.com).
Interested individuals must register no later than two days before the start of the workshop. To register, call CMC at 945-7486.
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