See me with questions!
Ok, folks. For this workshop, you’ll be determining how your participation in this class should be assessed and then arguing accordingly for your participation grade. We will do this twice this quarter.
Today, through voice-over narration as our boundary object, we’ll discuss:
It’s time for the third entry in your audio portfolio, folks. For this one, we’ll change gears a bit, toward researching the cultural history of sound reproduction.
Before we begin, I believe I remedied the HTTP error. If you encounter it again, then let me know.
Now, for today…
We’ll start workshopping your stories for “Re: Audiography” during class on Tuesday the 19th. In the meantime, you might start not only listening to your peers’ audiographies, but also searching for some example material. There are classics like the work of Marshall McLuhan, who made an audio version of one of his books, The Medium Is the Massage. There’s a clip above, but you can listen to all of it here.
Today, we’re going to chat soundscapes, using your audiographies as examples.
Here’s what’s in store: