BELFAST — Want to learn how to record and edit audio or video? How about creating a newsletter, poster, or multimedia family history? These are all things that you can do at the MakerSpace at the Belfast Free Library, according to Makers, in a news release.
The Library will be offering a series of introductory sessions to teach basic media technology skills. The sessions will be led by Jim Campbell, host of Notes from the Electronic Cottage on WERU Radio and Partner in Modular Media. Participants will utilize the equipment available in the MakerSpace.
The first two sessions will be held Wednesdays, October 16 and 23, at 6 p.m., in the conference room on the third floor of the Belfast Free Library. They will focus on basic audio recording (October 16) and basic audio editing (October 23).
No prior experience is required.
“Whether recording audio for use in a family history project, as part of a video production, making a new ringtone for a smartphone, or creating a podcast, getting the best quality sound is important,” said Makers.” Subsequent editing of that sound recording so it has the desired effect on the audience requires knowledge and attention to sound quality. Improve your skills with these free sessions.”
Space is limited. Reserve a spot by calling 338-3884, extension 25, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.