Tampa Bay Chapter Fall Workshop

August 8, 2020

TAMPA BAY NATS FALL WORKSHOP
​AUGUST 8, 2020 10:00am-2:30pm

MORNING SESSION  - THE HOME STUDIO  10am-Noon
10:00am - David Sabella – Zoom Master

  • INTRO - General Expectations for a Home Studio
    • Sound quality with & without microphones
    • Acoustic feedback with & without earphones
    • Cell phones, Ipad, laptop, computer (USB vs XLR)
    • Piano vs midi keyboard
    • Lighting options
    • Basic Home Studio Setup – No Frills
  • FACETIME, Google Duo, Microsoft Teams
    • CleanFeed meets Jit.su
    • Backpack Studio – Stacie Steinke
    • Intermediate Home Studio Setup – Medium cost
  • FACETIME, etc. – headphone & microphone options
  • ZOOM – Advanced Settings Headphone & microphone options
  • Advanced Home Studio Setup - All the bells and whistles
    • ZOOM
      • Headphone options
      • Microphone options
      • Midi keyboard

11:15am – Questions and Answer – Pick David’s Brain….
11:30am – Creating a Home Studio Recital on Zoom/YouTube
12:00 – Lunch - via Zoom or Zoom Breakout Rooms
12:20pm - Tim Moore – Student Auditions Coordinator, 10 minute “Heads Up” presentation on NATS protocol for Student Audition Tapes and how to upload to AuditionWare. (HANDOUT)

AFTERNOON SESSION – ACADEMIC SETTING 12:30-2:30pm
(College, University & High School)

12:30pm - Showtix4U/StreamShare

  • Easy to Use
  • Platform respectful of live theater
  • Live ticketing platform
  • Can extend your technical capabilities
  • Output – Live, VOD or Scheduled


12:45pm – Q&A1:00 pm – Real Time Music Solutions

  • Eliminates Buffer Bloat using RMS rehearsal software
  • Chorus and participants sing to track
  • Collated and travels back to MD and can hear it all together
  • Recorded playback to participants
  • Multi-peer version (up to 15 participants)
  • Can be used as well for individual lessons/coaching


1:15pm Q&A

1:30 pm - CANVS Studio – Tim Espinosa, Associate Professor of Theater, Fullerton College, Western Regional Director, MTEA

  • Asynchronous submission
  • Time coded feedback
  • Students can upload at own pace
  • Real time coaching sessions
  • Allows for 3rd party access & group faculty grading
  • Operates with CANVAS, Brightspace & Blackboard, etc.


1:45pm Q&A

2:00pm – Technology for Musical Theater Teaching – Alan Kenny, Ohio University

  • Camera Options by price (low to high)
  • Software Options
  • Video Assignment Sharing Options
  • Music Theory and Aural Skill Options


2:15pm – Q&A

2:30pm - FIN     Handout from NATS Virtual Convention Bootcamp

 

Tampa Bay Chapter - Website
Lynn Martindale, President
lmartindale@gmail.com

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