The biennial workshop of the Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group Inc (AWSRG) will be held for the first time in Western Australia from 18th to 23rd September 2011 at the Wellington Lodge and Conference Centre, Wellington Mills.
It immediately follows on from the 2011 TOTALLY HUGE NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL CONFERENCE Perth, Western Australia (16 – 18 September http://www.tura.com.au/node/80 -- now a broken link)
The Timetable: A beginners course for field recording and for editing will be available at the Workshop, as well as several guest speakers who will discuss more technical aspects of recording. If you would like to learn a little or a lot about recording wildlife sounds, and the subsequent computer editing process, please come along to our week-long Workshop, or come even for a few days.
The Venue: http://www.wfccc.com.au The Centre is in the tranquil setting within the Wellington National Park, and is surrounded by Marri and Jarrah forest. Birds are abundant with several endemics residing there. A dam, and creek that run through the Centre have abundant frog populations. Tame magpies and kangaroos wander the grassed area. Despite its tranquil setting the Centre is close …
This workshop is about to be canceled due to lack of interest -- what a shame as I really wanted to go and will be in Scotland at the time.
It runs from the evening of the 7th to the morning of the 10th May at a place called Kindrogan (north of Perth, Scotland).
See the full details in the document here: http://www.perditaphillips.com/wp-content/uploads/images/stories/about/WildlifeSoundRecording.doc