Things I’ve Learnt: Day Four

1. Panaroma, unlike Objection, is mostly pre-recorded stuff, which means a lot of the work put into the show is behind the scenes
2. It helps to make note of how long you’ve been recording on the Zoom recorder, so when you connect it to the computer and try to locate the file(s), you’ll be able to narrow it down by looking at the time of each recording.

For our second last day at SYN, Annie and I joined the news team, and did some research on Christmas events over the weekend. We then wrote up a script, recorded ourselves reading it with the Zoom recorder, and then edited our many takes and added in some background music.

Later we sat in on Panorama, and although it’s a given cos it’s a news show, I thought it was interesting how different it was to Objection.

December 14th 2012
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