Title

Sherlock Holmes: A Radio Drama with Foley

Presenter Information

Avril Martinez

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Ballroom C/D

Start Date

15-5-2014

End Date

15-5-2014

Keywords

Beardsley

Abstract

I will presenting my sound design from CWU’s radio show drama Sherlock Holmes. For this presentation I will talk about the process of how I designed the show based on inspirations and influences and how they affected the creation of my design concept. In my presentation of my work, I will present the cue sheets that I had created to run the show and some of the recordings I made as well as some screen shots of how I mixed the sounds in Audacity. Then, I will present my stage book and speak about how I set up the stage for the live sound effects. I will talk about what was used to create my sounds on stage and how it correlates with what it was like in the 1940’s radio dramas. I will speak also about how I managed to do it all without using any money from the budget and with scraps found in different parts of the department.

Poster Number

61

Faculty Mentor(s)

Tucholke, Jason

Additional Mentoring Department

Theatre

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May 15th, 11:30 AM May 15th, 2:00 PM

Sherlock Holmes: A Radio Drama with Foley

SURC Ballroom C/D

I will presenting my sound design from CWU’s radio show drama Sherlock Holmes. For this presentation I will talk about the process of how I designed the show based on inspirations and influences and how they affected the creation of my design concept. In my presentation of my work, I will present the cue sheets that I had created to run the show and some of the recordings I made as well as some screen shots of how I mixed the sounds in Audacity. Then, I will present my stage book and speak about how I set up the stage for the live sound effects. I will talk about what was used to create my sounds on stage and how it correlates with what it was like in the 1940’s radio dramas. I will speak also about how I managed to do it all without using any money from the budget and with scraps found in different parts of the department.