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  • two varieties of mixers: hardware and software. a hardware mixer will physically take the audio output from, say, your microphone, a guest microphone, your CD player (cassette, etc.), or possibly a guest on the telephone and “funnel” or “mix” it all down into one output of audio which you can then input into your computer for digital recording.Using a hardware mixer allows you to visibly set your sound levels on-the-fly and individually for each audio source. This is how many traditional radio studios and recording studios do it.
  • What do you need? Mic (x2) Mixing desk, computer
  • But, I can also do wonderful audio enhancements because I use a recording application called Adobe Audition (formerly Cool Edit Pro) which is basically a recording studio in-a-box.With this software I can fix audio, amplify it, equalize it, add reverb, mix it, change the pitch, add a host of effects, filter out noise and much more. Adobe Audition is also a software mixer and I can create multi-tracked projects - one track at a time - and then mix it all down exactly as I want it.Besides the hardware/mixer route, there are other software-based solutions for recording and mixing sound including WebPod Studio and iPodcast Producer.
  • JACK stations – anti format
  • Like anything, formats have their place and although often vilified, they are not inherently evil. Formats give structure and are the skeletal basis for a station’s sound – or even a radio show.
  • Internet radio young people

    1. 1. Jen HughesPontydysgu
    2. 2. Broadcasting
    3. 3. Internet Radio uses a technology which allowsaudio to be digitized and split into small piecesfor transmission across the Internet. Theultimate effect is to create the illusion of"radio".
    4. 4. StreamingThe audio is "streamed" through the Internetfrom a server in one location and reassembledon the listeners end by a software player on acomputer or Internet Radio receiver.
    5. 5. Listening tointernet radio
    6. 6. Internet Radio isnot really radioby thetraditionaldefinition but anincrediblesimulation.
    7. 7. creating content
    8. 8. creating content ownership
    9. 9. creating content ownership democratisation of the media
    10. 10. creating content ownership democratisation of the mediaany time, any place access
    11. 11. creating content ownership democratisation of the mediaany time, any place access No interference!
    12. 12. Set-up for live internet radio
    13. 13. £ 250 - 350
    14. 14. Internet radio is cheap – and reuses old kit!
    15. 15. Liveor pre-recorded?
    16. 16. Liveor pre-recorded?Formattedorunformatted ?
    17. 17. Liveor pre-recorded?Formattedorunformatted ? Occasionalor 24/7?
    18. 18. Liveor pre-recorded? Formattedor unformatted ? Occasionalor 24/7?Talk radio ormusic?
    19. 19. Liveor pre-recorded? Formattedor unformatted ? Occasionalor 24/7?Talk radio ormusic? Community radio or individual?
    20. 20. Roles, tasks and responsibilities
    21. 21. Floor manager
    22. 22. a ‘techie’
    23. 23. …or two!
    24. 24. Presenter or anchor
    25. 25. interviewersinterviewers
    26. 26. Editors and researchers
    27. 27. publicity
    28. 28. Using print mediafor marketing
    29. 29. musicmusic
    30. 30. jingles
    31. 31. Publicity puffs Intro and links InterviewsVox pops Skype-ins Music breaksJingles Adverts /promos Closers
    32. 32. Wherever you are, radio works
    33. 33. Young people + radio = Radio Active!