Tutorials at LARM Studio
The LARM-studio hosts high-quality audio and video recording/editing equipment. We offer several tutorials addressed to researchers and students who work with audio and/or video data. During the tutorials, all equipment are provided by the LARM-studio and no prior experience is needed. LARM is a Swedish acronym for Ljud, Animation, Rörlig media, Musik - meaning Audio, Animation, Video and Music.
This is a hands-on tutorial during which you will learn to operate the video and audio equipment in order to produce good recordings. The tutorial lasts about four hours and includes a maximum of eight participants.
360/VR video recording
In this tutorial you will learn the basics of recording 360-video and audio that can be viewed on Virtual Reality headsets or in a web browser. The tutorial lasts two hours and includes a maximum of four participants. The LARM-studio provides the necessary equipment.
Video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro is a software for video and audio editing. In this tutorial you will learn some basic functions: import and cut video and audio, add text, export video. The tutorial can be held online or in the LARM-studio depending on how many participants applied. The tutorial last two hours.
The audio recording tutorial focuses on studio recordings of speech and will use the professional audio equipment in the LARM-studio. The tutorial is two hours and maximum participants are six.
We also offer dedicated tutorials for scholars and students who are planning to use the LARM-studio for their research or projects. These tutorials will be adapted to your needs and will teach you how to independently make your own research recordings in the studio. Tutorials could cover: multiple cameras (as in live broadcasting), lighting, audio mixer and software for editing audio, and so on.
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