Cost: $125

Duration: 18 hours

Podcasting is one of the most powerful and accessible tools for crafting and sharing stories available. Creating a compelling, engaging story that rises above the rest can be difficult, though. This three week bootcamp will focus on capturing a story in our Podcast Studio and then enhancing it with sound effects and music. This bootcamp will address fundamentals of sound recording, basic sound editing and mixing in Adobe Audition, and distribution opportunities for your podcast.

In this workshop you will learn:

  • How to work with a Rodecaster Pro in a Podcast Studio
  • Navigating the Adobe Audition interface
  • Editing and mixing audio for podcasts

This course includes:

  • Guided instruction from a media professional
  • Activity media supplied
  • Handouts and activity materials
  • Out of class support from MNN staff

Recommended Skills

  • Advanced Computer Skills
  • Experience with sound editing platform a plus

Refund Policy: There are no refunds for media education bootcamps. If you register and fail to meet the necessary requirements, you will not receive a refund. If you have questions about this program, please contact the Media Education department.

In-person Learning Information

  • Participants must agree to MNN's COVID-19 policy to take in-person courses
  • Course will have limited capacity
  • Students must supply their own headphones 

Online Learning Information

  • For the best experience, we recommend using desktop computers or laptops
  • This workshop requires an internet connection speed of 2Mbs or more. We strongly recommend you conduct a system check BEFORE registering.

IMPORTANT NOTE: All students registering for in-person classes must comply with MNN's COVID policies including wearing masks, temperature checks and physical distancing.

Upcoming Sessions

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