Progressive Pitch: An Introduction to the Recorded Word @ SPLAB

April 1, 2011
Splabman

Wednesday, April 13 @ 7 pm

Progressive Pitch: An Introduction to the Recorded Word @ SPLAB, 3651 S. Edmunds.

Come with a poem to read aloud. Take home a high quality, digital recording of your work & a better understanding of how to manipulate & manage audio files.

Featuring a lesson from our host, Paul Nelson.” Special emphasis on performance poetry. FREE but RSVP required. Part of the Second Annual Seattle Small Press Festival. Co-sponsored by Pilot Books.

1 Comment

  1. CAROL EDSON

    Hi Paul,
    Methinks,this audio practice would help me prepare for the Folklife event with Splab.I rsvp’d the Pilot folks. So maybe I will see you soon.
    Blackbird

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