when? Saturday March 12 & Sunday March 13
where? 3647 university…CKUT Radio Station
*Open to ALL CKUT M
EMBERS & MCGILL STUDENTS
*No need to sign up. (EXCEPT TRANSMITTER WORKSHOP)
*Food provided. Knowledge guaranteed.
Saturday, March 12
<Noon-12:50pm> Fancy Tricks – Audition Editing Software! (Ray Corkum)
<1:00-1:50pm> Social Media, Blogging, Twitter, The Future…. getting your radio out there ( Erin W + Mark Brooks)
<2:00-2:50pm> Cassette Tape Manipulations (Nicholas Esterer)
<3pm-3:50pm> Beat match DJ Workshop with Vinyl and Serato (Julie D)
<4:00-4:50pm> Fund Your Radio! (Erin/Ray/CJ)
<5:00-6:00pm> Oral History & Radio (Caroline Kunzle)
Sunday, March 13
<Noon-12:50pm> Let’s Talk! Media & Social Work (Portia & Stephane)
<1:00-1:50pm> The Radio Voice (Kathy Kennedy)
<2:00pm-3:20pm> Build Your Own Hydrophone (Andrea-Jane + Dominique) (costs $10)
<3:30pm-6:00pm> Build Your Own Transmitter (FULL) (Emilie M) (costs $20)
SATURDAY, MARCH 12
*Fancy Tricks – Audition Editing Software! (Ray Corkum)
-creating a loop (you can use the loops on the cd in pcr),
-automating effects in multi track (verbs, panning, filters)
-using eq in multi track
-how to overdub in the vox both
*Cassette Tape Manipulations (Nicholas Esterer)
You can make your own looping accompaniment with just a cassette and household items! Come to this workshop to learn how to sound like Public Enemy, wrap the tape up inside of the cassette in different ways to get a variety of lengths, properly size your loops for groovy playback and how to alter your cassette deck to change speed and do overdubs. Bring a blank cassette that’s held together with screws.
*Beat match DJ Workshop with Vinyl and Serato (Julie Delorme)
Let world famous dj julie d show you the basics of making your songs sing and flow endlessly and seamlessly into one another. She’ll hook up her own serato and teach beat matching. Guaranteed fun.
*Social Media, Blogging, Twitter, The Future…. getting your radio out there ( Erin W & Mark Brooks)
If a tree falls in a forest, and nobod
y hears it, does it make a sound? If an amazing hour of radio transpires on CKUT, but it isn’t talked about online, will anyone tune in?
Your radio show is awesome, but are you doing your part to make sure people know about it? There are many sure-fire ways of getting your listenership up. Hear from people who are making it happen, and can show you how!
*Oral History & Radio (Caroline Kunzle)
Radio is an oral medium so oral history and radio should be a natural relationship. But what does putting oral history on the radio sound like? And what about the parts you don’t hear on the air ? What about the oral history of radio itself? What traces remain of CKUT’s history and how much of it is oral? What’s oral and what’s not, what’s history and what’s not and why?
Caroline Kunzle produces Radio Works! a radio segment airing on the Monday Morning After which highlights stories, questions and conversation coming out of Life Stories Montreal, an oral history project collecting the life stories of Montrealers displaced by war, genocide and other human rights violations (see http://www.lifestoriesmontreal.ca).
SUNDAY MARCH 13
*Media & Social Work –
facilitated discussion (Portia & Stephane)
Explore an oft unexplored topic – how can social work partner with media to make meaningful, people powered radio ++?
*The Radio Voice (Kathy Kennedy)
Learn to use your voice more effectively and to transmit information of public speaking and vocal pedagogy. more clearly. This crash course in vocal technique covers the basics
*Build Your Own Hydrophone (Andrea-Jane + Dominique Ferraton) (costs $10)
Microphones, underwater, impossible? No. Come build your own!
*Build Your Own Transmitter (ALREADY FULL!) (Emilie M)
Build your own 1 watt transmitter. Kits cost $20 and you can keep it forever. There are limited spots: send an email to email@example.com asap if you want to reserve a spot and a kit.
OPPORTUNITY TO VOLUNTEER AT CKUT RADIO!
GENERAL ORIENTATIONS EVERY THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH AT NOON, 3PM, & 6PM — NEXT ORIENTATIONS FEB 17
CKUT is constantly seeking volunteers to create on air programming and help behind the scenes. The first step to getting involved at CKUT Radio is to come to our general orientations, every Thursday in the month of January, and every 3rd Thursday of the month from February to August: 12 noon, 3pm or 6pm at 3647 University Ave. No need to reserve a spot – just show up. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.