This is a seven-week intensive course for young people aged 15-17
Interested in podcasts and audio production? Don’t know where to start? In this seven-week online course you will learn how to produce and present a podcast for and about the Roundhouse, as part of a wider series.
From taking part in this course you will…:
Improve your presenting skills
Improve your audio production skills
Improve your audio editing skills
Learn how to best capture different sounds
Understand how to edit audio using industry standard software
Who will be teaching the project?
Elise Cobain (Experience Audio Professional and Music Content Specialist)
Izzy Lee-Poulton (Assistant Producer, Producer/Presenter of When Someone Great Is Gone)
Plus experienced Audio Tutors
Do I need any particular skills or experience to take part?
No, just an interest in podcasts, presenting, producing or audio editing
Is there anything I’ll need for the course?
Editing software will be provided and a laptop will be needed, however this can also be provided by the Roundhouse if home laptop use is not possible. You will need recording equipment of some sort, and this can be arranged with the Roundhouse if needed.
How to Enrol or apply:
Apply using the form below by Thursday 11th February 2021, 5pm.
Is this project free?
This project is free but you will need to apply for the course as spaces are limited.
I’m not sure I can afford to take part…
If you need help to pay for things like project fees or childcare, we can help. Find out how you can get support..
I have additional needs. Can I still take part?
We have places available on all our projects for individuals with additional needs. Get in touch so that we can discuss your requirements and do our best in supporting you.
Where is the project taking place?
Due to coronavirus restrictions this project will take place online and can be accessed from anywhere in the UK.
This course is open to anyone aged 15-17.
The course will take place on Monday evenings from 6pm and last around 2 hours.