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Master Class: Sound

Recorded On: 07/09/2020

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This sound webinar will focus on several aspects of sound for theatre; distinguishing between sound design and sound re-enforcement, set up for performers and musical instruments, specifics of how sound designers create sound, a look at some platforms for sound re-enforcement and ways of teaching sound design online.  

60 minutes

Cheryl Williams

Cheryl J. Williams is the founder of CJ Williams Consultant.  Cheryl has been a professor of theatre for over 25 years, having taught a wide range of theatre courses, at various universities to include: Morgan State; University of Maryland, College Park and Baltimore County; Old Dominion University, Virginia Union University and the University of Ghana (West Africa).   She also teaches the Metaphysical Interpretation of the Bible and World Religion for the Johnnie Colemon Theological Seminary.  In addition to teaching Cheryl’s professional work includes teaching artist, director, lighting & sound designer, production/stage manager, workshop leader, motivational speaker, and videographer.

For further information please visit her website: Cjwilliamsconsultant.com


Sound Master Class
Recorded 07/09/2020
Recorded 07/09/2020 A master class in sound with Cheryl Williams.
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