- 1x (Normal)
Using a Smartphone3:27
Using a Digital Audio Recorder2:44
Using a Laptop3:15
Different file formats1:33
Where should I record?1:40
About This Class
Family histories are about capturing family memories and saving them. This class guides students through the technical process of making an audio recording.
This is the second class on recording oral histories. The first class is on interview techniques and the third is about making choices when it comes to editing.
Life is an adventure for author Eric Douglas, above and below the water and wherever in the world he ends up. Eric received a degree in Journalism from Marshall University. Eric worked in local newspapers where he honed his skills as a story teller.
As a documentarian, Eric has worked in Russia, Honduras and most recently in his home state of West Virginia, featuring the oral histories of West Virginia war veterans in the documentary West Virginia Voices of War and the companion book Common Valor.
In 1999, Eric became a dive instructor. Not too much later, he became a Diving Medical Technician. The ocean and diving have factored into all of his fiction works since then.
He has authored six dive novels in the Mike Scott thriller series: Cayman Cowboys, Flooding Hollywood, Guardians’ Keep, Wreck of the Huron, Heart of the Maya, and the latest Return to Cayman. He also written a series of dive thriller short stories set on the fictional Withrow Key in the Florida Keys. He has also authored four children's stories, collected in the book Sea Turtle Rescue and Other Stories.