Thursday, August 30, 2018

ACO 5.1 - Audio Production

Intonation and inflection can be used to maintain the interest of your audience when you are reading a sentence and it ends in a dramatic way and you say it in a dramatic way. For example: "Oh no my stomach hurts! I need food." My role for this assignment and for my team was the vocal talent. I was required to read the script. Rehearsal is very important because no one can sing in one go. It also allows you to practice various parts so that when you read or speak your voice is ready to go. Also it is required to finish the script to record.

In my opinion, I think my team did good on meeting the project goal but we could've done better if one of our team members actually showed up and helped us. Our team faced a couple of obstacles when doing working on our script. First is one of our team members did not show up and helped for some unknown reason. Second is that we were fooling around not focusing on our work for the first couple of days. I think if we focused we could've finished early and it would've also been better than what we have now. If I had a chance to do this project again, I would tell my team members to focus and be here to help and finish it because we lacked and slacked a lot.

ACO 5.1 Apply problem-solving techniques to create deliverables that address the needs of a client or target audience.


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  2. Hey Kevin, I really like how compact your script was just getting straight to the point. I think your first paragraph could use a better lead in to your points and a segway to the second paragraph. I like how humble and critical you are on yourself it really shows how mature you are and shows your passion to improve which is something I really appreciate seeing.

  3. Hi Kevin, I really like the way you made up the website in your script. I noticed that your first paragraph only had five sentences. Good job at getting 4 on Clarity of Speakers Voices.

    1. Thanks eden for the constructive feedback! I will fix that up.