Recording Booths

Microphones and how to use them

In this blog post I will cover the different types of microphones, what the differences are, and how best to utilise them.  First off, there are two main groups that define...

Downloading your radio studio and booth recordings

You can quickly access recordings made in the radio studio and news booths by using the Burli web interface. You need to be on-campus to do this and you can use any device. Or...

Using the Radio Booths

If you need to know how to use the Radio Booths at 9 Mappin Street, follow the below guide. Video Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaL3jCMQW44 Step by Step with...
Microphones and how to use them

Microphones and how to use them

In this blog post I will cover the different types of microphones, what the differences are, and how best to utilise them.  First off, there are two main groups that define a microphone. Dynamic and Condenser.  Dynamic -        Good for...

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Using the Radio Booths

Using the Radio Booths

If you need to know how to use the Radio Booths at 9 Mappin Street, follow the below guide. Video Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OaL3jCMQW44 Step by Step with Pictures 1 - Put on your headphones and adjust your mic. Remember, the mic is directional, so...

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Telephone Interviews in the News Booths

Telephone Interviews in the News Booths

The following video will guide you through recording a telephone interview in Newsbooth 1 or 2 (or see the written instructions below it, for a handy quick reference guide). NOTE:❗️Feedback may occur if, for example, the mic channel’s cue button is also on, blue....

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Accessing Radio Room Recordings in Burli

Accessing Radio Room Recordings in Burli

Here's how to use Burli to access items recorded in the radio rooms: (For info on accessing recordings directly, without using Burli, go here). • Items recorded in the radio rooms are available as WAV files in Burli for 10 calendar days. New items appear in the...

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Editing With Burli

Editing With Burli

These posts will help you use the Burli system to edit your audio. In order to login to Burli, use the username "radio" with no password. Importing your audio Editing by topping and tailing Editing by selecting and extracting Creating an Audio Project Adjusting sound...

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Emailing Audio to Burli

Emailing Audio to Burli

Here's how to e-mail MP3s and WAVs to Burli: MP3 files, and PCM WAV files, can be e-mailed to jnlnewsroom@sheffield.ac.uk to appear in Burli’s in-queue (the newest ones should also appear in a filter on the left hand side of Burli). WAVs are better quality, but might...

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