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RCC 346 Personal Production Suites Technology Setup

Introduction The following guide documents how to configure Adobe Audition to record from the provided microphones in our RCC 346 Personal Production Suites. Step 1: Under the Adobe Audition menu, click into “Preferences”. Under “Audio Hardware”, first set the “Master Clock” to “In: Scarlett 2i2 USB”. Afterwards, set your default input to “Scarlett 2i2 USB”.… Read More »

Adobe Illustrator Lynda.com training

Like PhotoShop, Adobe Illustrator has a number of features. When using this tool, pick and choose only what you need to get the job done (this Lynda.com course is over 6 hours in length).     Introduction 3m 7s Welcome 1m 12s How to use exercise files 42s How to send feedback 1m 13s 1.… Read More »

Recording Audio for Video with an External Microphone

Introduction When recording with digital cameras, such as the Canon T5i “EOS Rebel” or Sony RX-100 “Cyber-Shot”, you will find the onboard microphone quality is inferior compare to the video quality. To capture better sound, you must use a dedicated microphone such as the Shure VP83F. This microphone allows for superior and highly directional recording, as it uses… Read More »

Analytics Crash Course

View this tutorial on collecting and measuring data from the web using Google Analytics and other platforms. Learn about campaign strategies, key analytics terminology, trackable data, and challenges.

CMN 210 (CI): Location Sound Recording

The following text documents how you may use your mobile phones (Android and iPhones) to record and edit location sound. For a more advanced workflow, considering using the web-based Soundtrap app. Just be sure to login with your Ryerson organizational gmail address. iOS recording options Handy Recorder app Steps: Record your sound into the app.… Read More »

HTML/CSS Boostrap demo

In-class exercise for modifying a Bootstrap page/theme:   Download Bootstrap: When you develop your Boostrap website, use this pre-compiled version of Bootstrap. Add your html, images and any custom CSS to the top level of the folder. Or, you can download the full version of boostrap (source), with demo files (and a lot more “bloat).  … Read More »