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Audio Production


Whether you need to make recordings of voice, music or soundscapes for your own pleasure, or you’re aiming to work as a sound engineer or producer in the music industry, for radio, audio books or podcasts, or you teach a visually impaired student, these pages will point you to the information and resources you need:  the equipment and software that works best and is most accessible if you’re blind or partially sighted, and use a screenreader or magnification. This section of the knowledge hub will cover topics and signpost to useful resources in these areas.

If you’re new to audio production, we’ve created four bitesize summary articles to read as a starting point: recording, editing, mixing, and other hardware.

The recording section will cover how to capture sound: editing will cover software for basic editing, and mixing will cover more advanced processes needed for music, drama and multimedia content.

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