Podcast Like a ProPodcasting has become one of the most widespread forms of information of the digital age. This democratization of media has created a large amount of content, some of which is not properly recorded. While audio content is often overlooked, it is still important to have your podcast sound professional. In this workshop we will look at microphone models and types, basic acoustic treatment for your room, basic equalization and denoising of audio so that your podcast sound as professional as possible.

You Will Learn: 
  • Ideal microphones for podcasts 
  • Basic acoustic treatment
  • Editing dialogue/narration
  • Basic Equalization
  • Basic Izotope RX noise and ambiance removal
About the Instructor:

Mariana Hutten (@mari_hutten) is a producer, mixing, and mastering engineer based in Toronto, Canada. Specialized in genres such as pop, rock, hip hop, and jazz, Hutten has worked in a wide range of projects consisting in recorded music, live recording, and music for video.  Hutten has worked on international projects from Montreal, Banff, Los Angeles, Buenos Aires, Monaco, among others. In addition to her cosmopolitan experience, Hutten has also worked on projects with producers such as Eddie Kramer, Colin Linden, and Richard King.
Hutten's goals and commitment to expanding women's involvement in the music and audio industry placed her as a mentor for young women in Toronto. As an Executive Member of the Audio Engineer Society Toronto (AES Toronto) and Co-Director of the Toronto SoundGirls Chapter.

General Admission - $50+ tax
Member Admission - $35+tax

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