This year Naturesound.Org and the University of Washington will be teaching state-of-the-art techniques for recording the sounds of wildlife. Participants will learn through daily field recording sessions and lecture/discussions.
When: April 9th, 10th and 11th 2010
Where: Urban Horticultural Center at University of Washington.
Workshop Fee: $85 (includes tuition, class materials, snacks)
Topics covered include:
â€¢ Selection and application of audio recorders and microphones
â€¢ Recording theory
â€¢ Recording techniques
â€¢ Documentation for sound recordings
â€¢Use of computer-based software to analyze recordings
â€¢Filtering and the use of sonograms
Your instructors will be Mark Oberle, University of Washington; Curt Black with Bats NW Martyn Stewart, nature recordist from Naturesound.Org and Tayler Brooks.
Our workshop will consist along the same principles as the Cornell University Macaulay sound recording workshop which takes place every spring
Enrollment is primarily based on a first-come first-served basis, with first consideration given to students and researchers.
Workshop participants should bring a recorder, microphone, and tape. If you need equipment, please contact email@example.com as soon as possible. A limited amount of recording equipment is available for loan.
Please send your payments of $85 to
5510 266th Ave NE
Redmond. WA 98053