For my assignment, I will be using the Zoom Microphone to capture the sound bites required. I have had practice runs with the fostex and other sound equipments. However, strongly feel that the zoom captures the best sound quality. The Zoom microphone has a lot of pros to using it such as:
- Portable – smaller then some sound equipments
- long battery life
- Capability for high quality professional recordings
- Can record 2 separate sound waves (good for interviews)
As I am in a wheelchair it also has the advantages of me using the Zoom as it can be difficult carrying around equipment.
Techniques and Stratages
To make sure I get the best sound. when conducting the interviews i want to place the microphone closer to the interviewee. This is crucial as the interviewee is the most important person. They may not be able to redo the interview again or in the time frames required. Making sure that the sound is clear and not hitting the highest points on the microphone as this can make the sound rubbish and overloads the microphone. The interviewer can be dubbed back in at a later date if needed. The location needs to be quiet and where people wont disturb. For instance, In the sound studios or a quiet room.
The Asda Foundation is hosting the annual Hull 10K, now seventh year running. They are looking for people to get involved all in aid to raise as much money for the Cystic fibrosis charity. The event will take place on 19 June 2016
The route will feature the picturesque marina and quaint’ old town.
All entries must be over 15
For more information go onto the website or call https://www.cysticfibrosis.org.uk/get-involved/fundraising/events/hull-10k, 02037 952 176
Breast cancer seminar
Breast Cancer Meeting, now 8th year running will be held at University of Hull.
There will be speakers of international standing at the event, to discuss and exchange ideas on issues related to the oncology profession. become a part of this philosophy.
The event is on the 23 April 2016 at 8.30 am – 3:30pm If you have interest in going contact email@example.com to register.
The event is free and Parking is available onsite
Humberside Boat Jumble
Light stream stadium hosts the first ever Humberside Boat Jumble. This is a dedicated marine market providing new and used items. The organisers have been running boat jumbles throughout the country for nearly 25 years.
The event takes place on Sunday 17th April and everyone is welcome for 10am.
Entry costs just £3.50 per adult and Kids get in free. There also is a free car park on the premises. Pet owners can even bring there dogs as long as they are on lead.