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Basics of audio reporting and gathering for journalism students.

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    • Audio
      Good audio is the basis of multimedia.
    • Audio
      Voices
      Emotion
      People telling their own stories in their own words
      Allows audience to imagine visuals
    • Audio
      WHAT YOU NEED TO GATHER AUDIO:
      • Digital recorder (that saves as .wav, .wma or .mp3 format)
      • Headphones
      • Microphone
      • Cables
      • Backup batteries
    • Getting Started with Recorder
      1. Turn it on.
      2. Find record, stop, playback, files etc.
      3. Plug in headphones and microphone.
      4. Press record.
      5. Listening on your headphones.
      6. Start talking. Listen for sound quality. Reposition mic.
    • Tips for Interviewing
      • Find a quiet place.
      • Record 30 sec of room tone.
      • Get comfortable. Make your subject comfortable.
      • Ask a introductory question.
    • Tips for Interviewing
      • Encourage the subject to answer in complete sentences by keeping your questions short and open ended.
      • Avoid “yes” or “no” questions.
      • Ask subject to repeat herself if necessary.
    • Tips for Interviewing
      • Do not move your hand or shake the device.
      • Do not say “uh huh” or talk while you interview. Listen.
      • Maintain eye contact. Listen. Nod.
      • Get an ID: Name, age, occupation, location.
    • Tips for Interviewing
      • When you are done interviewing, let the recorder continue to run. Sometimes this is when you get the best stuff.
      • Make sure you have your ID.
    • Collect Other Sounds
      Room Tone
      The background sound of the room. Turn on your recorder and let it run
      for 30 seconds.
      Use it to loop under your interview later.
    • Collect Other Sound
      Sound Effects
      Makes audio more vivid.
      Car doors slamming. Eggs frying. Dogs barking. Birds chirping. Gavel pounding. Dentist drilling. Etc.