Inner Ear Director, Dougal Perman is setting off for the notoriously beautiful Isle of Eigg to deliver a free workshop all about remote streaming and content creation this Monday 22 September. The workshop runs from 12—4pm in Eigg Studio, a newly built recording studio by native islander and musician Damian Helliwell, and will be followed by a network development event the same evening from 7—9pm, giving attendees the chance to meet and share ideas and experience.
The day of workshops and networking is part of an engaging programme of free events taking place throughout September, run by Creative Highland screen and broadcast organisation, ScreenHI. The not-for-profit organisation has worked hard since 2011 in bringing special music, screen and broadcast opportunities to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
On the day, Dougal will speak about recent Inner Ear streaming productions, including the innovative and extravagant Cryptic: Sound To Sea live show, three years of SAY Award streaming as well as more remote work such as our streaming jobs with prog jazz trio Newt on Shetland and streaming from a moving bus for London’s launch of Microsoft Office 365.
The presentation will also include a close look at digital content and the best practice examples of using such content to engage and expand audiences and also using the digital space to share ideas, learn and work together more effectively. Following an open and informative presentation from Dougal, attendees will have the rare chance to look around the newly built studio in the strawbale house of musician Helliwell before the subsequent networking event that evening.
To find out more about the event and others like it, and to book your place, visit: www.screenhi.co.uk/honeycomb-creative-works