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Using Remote Recording over the Internet in Education

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Remote recording across the Internet now appears to have come of age with the recent development of appropriate software and infrastructure. Within the educational sector the Internet has taken a central role as a means to deliver educational materials. In this innovative pilot project involving Glasgow Caledonian University and its partner Coatbridge College, the use of the Internet to teach audio technology and production techniques will be explored and evaluated. It is anticipated that the knowledge and experience gained will better prepare the audio professionals of the future.

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