SOUND MEETS SCIENCE: RADIO PRODUCTION AND THE NATURAL WORLD
By Bill McQuay, Audio Producer, and NPR Contributor
Tuesday, October 3, 2017, 7 p.m.
Lansing Town Hall, 29 Auburn Road, Lansing
In celebration of autumn at Salt Point, Bill McQuay, an audio producer and
NPR Contributor, will give a presentation entitled SOUND MEETS SCIENCE:
RADIO PRODUCTION AND THE NATURAL WORLD. The talk will take place Tuesday,
October 3, 2017, at 7 PM at Lansing Town Hall, 29 Auburn Road in Lansing.
Sponsored by the Friends of Salt Point, it is free and open to the public.
McQuay will talk about radio production with a focus on production
techniques for stories about science and the natural world. He will share
samples of his work and discuss techniques and technologies used in his
McQuay is an audio producer and NPR Contributor. Prior to that, he worked
with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology / Macaulay Library of Natural Sound and
Video. For fifteen years McQuay was an NPR sound engineer, technical
director and producer for NPR programs including Morning Edition, Weekend
Saturday and Sunday, Performance Today and NPR's Radio Expeditions. Radio
Expeditions is where McQuay began his long time collaboration with NPR
science correspondent Christopher Joyce, a creative relationship that
Salt Point and the Salt Point Speaker Series are managed by the Friends of
Salt Point Ltd. group of volunteers in cooperation with the Town of Lansing
Parks and Recreation Department. For more information, visit
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