Introduction Drift is a highly accurate pitch-tracker prototyped in 2016 by Robert Ochshorn and Max Hawkins. Its further development has been supported by a NEH Digital Humanities Advancement grant and now by SpokenWeb. At UC Davis, undergraduate research assistants Sarah Yuniar and Hannan Waliullah, working with Marit MacArthur and Lee M. Miller, have beautifully improved […]
SpokenWeb Podcast Listening Party: Season 3 Episode 9 – Talking Transcription: Accessibility, Collaboration, and Creativity — Jun 06, 2022 (Events)
At this Listening Party, we’ll be listening to and discussing the newest episode of the The SpokenWeb Podcast by ShortCuts producer Katherine McLeod and transcriber Kelly Cubbon, who will be talking transcription as an accessible, collaborative, and creative process.
Two years ago today, Klara du Plessis and Deanna Fong participated in the event Listen Deep: Poetry, Sound and Multitudinous Remix, curated by Margaret Christakos and hosted at the University of Toronto on 8 March 2019. What follows is a brief description of the event’s activities, and then a transcription of a conversation that they had shortly after the event.
Article, SPOKENWEBLOG | Anne Bourne, Canisia Lubrin, Charlie Petch, Deanna Fong, Deep Curation, Donia Mounsef, Klara du Plessis, library, Margaret Christakos, Moez Surani, Oana Avasilichioaei, performance, Sachiko Murakami, script, transcription, University of Toronto