By Adam Mikos New technology is a constant current in our profession. Being able to keep up with it is one thing, understanding it enough to integrate pieces of it into our respective fields is another. In terms of audio recording, the curve of price vs. quality has changed radically over the past five years. The outsourced audio tour can now be done in-house with greater flexibility. Pairing audio with exhibitions, strengthening oral collections, transferring existing audio works to more stable/compact storage is cheap and readily available on store shelves. How is all of this possible? How can you get squared away with all of this? Come to Digital Tech Demystified at WMA 2010 in Portland. Hands on workshop with start-to-finish recording, editing, and live posting on a website. Bing bang boom.
Adam Mikos' experience goes from Native American storytelling, photography, new media and now Associate Director of Programs at the Portland Children's Museum