This three-day workshop taught photographers, filmmakers and writers how to add audio tools to their storytelling toolbox.
Participants received hands-on training with digital audio recorders, practiced capturing quality sound in the field, learned how to edit what they gathered and left with a fully produced audio story. Instructor Lacy Roberts, of Transmitter Media, also discussed writing for the ear and the idiosyncrasies of unfurling a narrative in audio—whether it’s a longform narrative or a minute-long news piece.
Interested in more workshops like this? Check out our upcoming workshops.
Lacy walked us step-by-step through the stages of making an audio story and using the technology.
I appreciated that she set up the interviews and got us out in the field doing it right away.
English Teacher | Seeley-Swan High School
Excellent hands-on instruction packed into three days.
I loved that Lacy’s workshop appealed to and applied equally to a high schooler and long-time journalism professor.
Feature Writer | Mountain West News
By the end of the class I felt alive with knowledge and even better creativity.
Learning by doing with a leader in the field, like Lacy, was fantastic.
Genevieve Jessop Marsh
Community Outreach Director | Garden City Harvest