Introduction to Green Screen Studio Space Classes

December 9, 2015 | Greg Astill

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We’ve just launched the new studio space, and now we’d like to show you how to use it. We want your time in the studio space to be efficient and the quality of what you produce to be top notch.

Audio recording workstation
Audio Recording Workstation

The sessions are 60 minutes long and participants will learn about the equipment available for use. We'll focus on how to properly set up the equipment for both audio and video recording.

The goal of the class is to make participants feel more comfortable using the equipment and to gain a better understanding of the following:

  • Audio recording (voice and instrument)
  • Video recording
  • Lighting
  • Audio and video equipment (cameras and microphones)

We also want you to be able to record at the best quality, because after all, you might only get one shot at capturing the perfect moment!

You will have time to play with the cameras, lights and microphones and learn some tricks and quick how-to’s that might make your session a bit easier. We'll spend a little time on using the Apogee Quartet (audio interface and studio control centre) to record vocals, instruments and other music equipment at studio quality.In addition to the hardware, we will have a demo on the accompanied software (Audacity and Garageband) to record and capture your audio.

Digital Innovation Hub Green Screen
Digital Innovation Hub Green Screen

The class is not required but a great option for anyone who wants to use the space.

Note: Classes will be held in the Green Screen Studio Space located in the Digital Innovation Hub at Toronto Reference Library.

We look forward to seeing you soon!