Editing for the show is well on its way! Editing ums, ahhs out of interviews as well as the various sound effects and music clips is actually taking longer than planned. As I’m trying something different with this show there is quite a lot of planning on how and where parts of all the interviews will interact and… Read More »
With the last drops of my Anzac Ale poured a few days ago it’s almost time to brew again, this time I am designing and brewing an English Bitter. I’m after a ‘house ale’ that I can keep on tap and enjoy more often and it’s quite possible an English Bitter will fill those needs. I’m basing this… Read More »
I just finished up tonight doing another interview for my final assessment. The last two interviews I have tried a different approach and had more of an informal chat/discussion rather than a question/answer type interview. I’m hoping this different style will come across in my radio show well with trying new ideas, only time will tell but it… Read More »
In today’s class (Radio) we listened to different styles of radio shows. While two were similar to a traditional interview style albeit in a more conversational, friendly and relaxed demeanor the third style really intrigued me. We’ve listened to them in a previous lesson and since then I have actually subscribed to their podcast but once again I… Read More »
What to do? How to do it? What to do different? This time the assignment requirements are a 30 minute radio show. Which although may sound long it actually won’t end up being long after a few interviews. So what to it on? Should I theme it? My initial thoughts are to theme it, it will allow all… Read More »
With the first assignment for my radio subject now complete I thought I would write up some of my findings. The first thing I found was my interviewee, although he was very passionate about his business I felt I didn’t get what I wanted. Most likely my questions were not focused directly on what I should have been… Read More »
Here is a (very) quick label I did up for my ‘fizzy water’ tap on the keezer. I previously had cola on tap but this way we can mix it with any cordial or juice base we want at the time.
I decided on Adobe Audition in the end for editing of my radio interview. I already had it as it came part of the CS 5.5 Master Suite and after doing some quick tutorials on it, it’s extremely powerful and has some really handy features. I’m into my edit for the 5 min interview and have found a… Read More »