October 27, 2004

Setonian in media spotlight

Learning the art of multi-tasking and double-dipping hehe...

I am doing a project for my Media Production Skills class on how The Setonian is produced. I mean, I spend enough time there, why not profit from that experience and implement it into my class work. As for how The Setonian benefits, I plan on burning my presentation/ad/promo thingy to disk and handing it out to newbies in the spring. Hopefully I will be enlightening and professional. :-)

I am doing sort of doing a voiceover type-thing with shots of the staff working. The voiceovers will provide explanations describing what is happening within each photo.

However, I am faced with some difficulty, I don't know what type of background music I should play. I know that current music would be appreciated, but I want this presentation to look professional, and not dated like the geography books I had in high school with the current president being Roosevelt.

Suggestions always appreciated. Your music faves? Any help on where I could go for free, legal MP3 music downloads? I am constructing the presentation on Microsoft Movie Maker, and that is the only audio format the program recognizes, as far as I know.

Posted by Amanda Cochran at October 27, 2004 10:57 PM
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