This past week was Spring Break, but now it’s time to get back to work!
This past week (yes, during Spring Break), my group and I had assigned ourselves to write out our scripts for our broadcast. We had planned on writing them all out and then meeting up to record Monday night at the vocal booth in the HCC.
We had gotten our scripts down and ready to go.
We met up Monday night and went over everything to make sure we were all on the right track.
We went to record, but…
We couldn’t get the audio equipment to work!
We tried for an hour and a half to get it all to connect properly and to record, but to no avail. No one was able to help us at that time of night either. In the end, we weren’t able to record anything that night. We plan on meeting again on Wednesday to record after Geoff asks for assistance.
I had been hoping to make my weekly blog post about our recording night, but it seems it was not meant to be. I can only talk about my script writing in this post.
I find scripts fairly easy to write – especially if it’s a recording and not involving acting. We had been looking at making our scripts a bit long, but I think mine ended up being the longest. My script involves my character, Evelyn, and the main announcer of the radio show, Geoff. My character is meant to be a college student who was “called-in” to talk about the strange occurrences that are happening around campus. It also ends with a rather heavy implication, but I will not reveal it yet! I’m pretty happy with how it turned out, so I can’t wait for it to actually be revealed!
Overall, it wasn’t a super productive Spring Break, but it was a good week!