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Audiocraft, "Tools of Radio"

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The slide presentation is part of my lessons in "Introduction to Broadcasting" at the Communication Department of the University of San Jose Recoletos in Cebu City.

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Audiocraft, "Tools of Radio"

  1. 1. AUDIOCRAFT “Tools of Radio”
  2. 2. AUDIOCRAFT
  3. 3. AUDIOCRAFT SOUND is half the picture
  4. 4. AUDIOCRAFT SOUND is half the picture Let your VOICE be heard
  5. 5. AUDIOCRAFT
  6. 6. Audiocraft  It deals with the inter- relatedness of voice, music, and sound effects
  7. 7. Audiocraft  It deals with the inter- relatedness of voice, music, and sound effects
  8. 8. Audiocraft  It deals with the artistic arrangements of the various audio elements  (montage voiced report)
  9. 9. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord)  MUSIC (influences our moods and experiences)  SOUND EFFECT (helps “complete” the pictures that we create in our minds.)
  10. 10. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord) A good newscaster’s voice: male : baritone (between bass & tenor) female : lyric tone (melodic or sweet)
  11. 11. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord)  Factors for voice’s impact:  Proper pacing and delivery  Pronunciation & Enunciation  Emoting  Modulation  Microphone Technique
  12. 12. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord)  Factors for voice’s impact:  Proper pacing and delivery At last,/ there’s a place/ where students can have access to the internet.// It’s a new internet café!// And it’s just right across the street.//
  13. 13. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord)  Factors for voice’s impact:  Proper pacing and delivery  Pronunciation & Enunciation Unfamiliar Word Pronunciation Guide Arkansas Ar-ken-saw Benoit Ben-’wah
  14. 14. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord)  Factors for voice’s impact:  Proper pacing and delivery  Pronunciation & Enunciation  Emoting  Modulation  Microphone Technique
  15. 15. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord)  Factors for voice’s impact:  Proper pacing and delivery  Pronunciation & Enunciation  Emoting I love you! (emphasizes more on the emotion) I love you! (referring more to the person)
  16. 16. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord)  Factors for voice’s impact:  Proper pacing and delivery  Pronunciation & Enunciation  Emoting  Modulation It means lowering the pitch of your voice from your normal speaking voice to enrich the timbre or quality.
  17. 17. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  VOICE (sound created by a person’s vocal chord)  Factors for voice’s impact:  Proper pacing and delivery  Pronunciation & Enunciation  Emoting  Modulation  Microphone Technique
  18. 18. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  MUSIC
  19. 19. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  MUSIC (influences our moods and experiences)
  20. 20. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  MUSIC (influences our moods and experiences)  As a background  As a jingle
  21. 21. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  MUSIC (influences our moods and experiences)  As a background (creates an emotional tone for the message)  As a jingle
  22. 22. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  MUSIC (influences our moods and experiences)  As a background (creates an emotional tone for the message)  As a jingle (short song that deliver a brand story in an easy-to-sing format.)
  23. 23. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  SOUND EFFECT
  24. 24. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  SOUND EFFECT (helps “complete” the pictures that we create in our minds.)
  25. 25. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  SOUND EFFECT (helps “complete” the pictures that we create in our minds.)  As an action sound  As a setting sound  As a symbolic sound
  26. 26. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  SOUND EFFECT (helps “complete” the pictures that we create in our minds.)  As an action sound (creates some movement)  As a setting sound  As a symbolic sound
  27. 27. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  SOUND EFFECT (helps “complete” the pictures that we create in our minds.)  As an action sound (creates some movement)  As a setting sound (indicates the locale, time or mood of a sequence.)  As a symbolic sound
  28. 28. ELEMENTS of audiocraft  SOUND EFFECT (helps “complete” the pictures that we create in our minds.)  As an action sound (creates some movement)  As a setting sound (indicates the locale, time or mood of a sequence.)  As a symbolic sound (suggests certain emotions)
  29. 29. BASIC DIRECTIONS for MUSIC and SOUND EFFECTS Establish or Hold (sound is heard at a normal level for a specified time) Fade-In, Fade-Under, Fade-out (adjusting the volume of the sound) Segue (immediate following of one sound by another; use for transitions. Cross Fade (dissolving sound into another)
  30. 30. BASIC DIRECTIONS for MUSIC and SOUND EFFECTS Sneak In, Sneak Out (sound comes in quietly, then at normal level, and fades) Montage (series of combination of sounds that is heard to relate a scene.) Bridge (signifies a change of scene with the use of music or sound effects) Stinger (used to stress a statement.)

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