Want to practice your field recording craft in the wild? Interested in learning from pro recordists?
This isn’t always easy to do. There isn’t a conventional path for learning field recording, especially in nature. I explored two options for growing your craft beyond the studio: Chris Watson’s Wildeye and Martyn Stewart’s naturesound.org workshops.
Recordists interested in learning how to record in the wilderness have another option. The Nature Sound Society has announced their latest field recording workshop.
What is the Nature Sound Field Recording Workshop?
On June 21–23, The Nature Sound Society will host a weekend of recording sound in the wild. It’s their 29th annual workshop, and features speakers Lang Elliott and Marie Read.
It will be held at San Francisco State University’s Yuba Pass Field Station in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Early registration gets you in the door for $249 (members) or $299 (non-members). After May 25th the price rises to $299 and $349.
Check out the their announcement page. for more info.
Don’t forget to check out the Nature Sound Society Yahoo! discussion group.
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