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Audio Recording at the Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum

24 Feb 2017 11:23 | Melanie Rügenhagen (Administrator)

Our team working on Research Integrity at the HEADT Centre is currently producing short videos to introduce the core concepts that play a role in this field of research. Michael Seadle, Thorsten Beck, and I visited the recording studio at the Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum in Berlin-Adlershof, which belongs to Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU). Both HU’s natural science library and the Computer and Media Service (CMS) are located there.


Michael Seadle (left) and Melanie Rügenhagen (right) at the recording studio of HU's Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum.

The CMS has professional staff dedicated to assist with the entire recording procedure that is done in addition to providing voice. They helped us a lot in getting the sound right, detecting reading mistakes and redo passages that sounded unclear. We spent about half a day reading the scripts we had written, edited and proofread in advance. The first results should be ready soon, and we will publish the videos on our website along with a note on this blog.

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