Transmit/Receive – Making and Experimenting with First World War Sound Technology.‏

Transmit/Receive – Making and Experimenting with First World War Sound Technology.

Sound recording professionals Tim Shaw, John Bowers and Tom Schofield are going to deliver two workshops to explore and rebuild sound technologies of the First World War. The workshops take place on the 25th October and the 8th November. The First World War was a period of great technological innovation. Many of the communication devices were developed to generate or listen to sound. From radio broadcasts to early underwater microphones, listening was a key strategy in the war effort.
 Workshops are £6 each (plus online booking fee). Advance booking is essential. Places for workshops are limited. Each session covers different making activities – you are encouraged to attend both although you can also attend one or the other. No prior specialist or technical knowledge is needed to attend and materials are included in the price. All attendees must be aged 16 and over to attend.

For further information and booking details see: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/104915

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