- ➡️ Events listed are primarily for adults, families and teens. Please review event descriptions and/or contact event organizers for details.
- ➡️ Blair High School, Blair HS PTSA and MCPS events are designated as ‘Featured’ events (have blue vertical line in front of their event listings). For a complete list of the Blair HS PTSA’s meetings and events, you can view our current calendar.
- ➡️ Please contact event organizers and/or venues prior to attendance for possible ‘event attendance’ limitations, safety/protection requirements, date changes or cancellations due to the coronavirus pandemic or other issues.
- ➡️ ‘Virtual’ Events are events that will be held ONLINE ONLY. Check event details for access information. Note: Some virtual events start at different coast or international times (Pacific, Central, Greenwich Mean, etc.). The virtual event times listed on this website have been converted to New York/Eastern Standard Time.
- This event has passed.
Audio Editing with Audacity (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL
December 4, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
After recording, audio producers work to create a compelling audio experience by using cuts, edits, and additions that bring the listener into the story. Come learn how to use the free audio production software Audacity to mix and edit your audio show. In this session we will cover:
- Best practices for editing audio; audio production in Audacity
- How to add music, ambience, and actualities to a show to bring your listener into your audio world
- Production techniques for mixing and mastering a clean, clear, and compelling audio story
We will use the free software “Audacity” during this class. “Creating Your Own Podcast / Podcasting 101” is a recommended but not required prerequisite.
You will receive an email 2 hours prior to the start of the class with the link to join the virtual class.
*Please note that some people using older or less common email addresses have experienced issues with receiving emails from TechConnect. Using a Gmail account will prevent this in most instances.