The CMTO will be presenting a workshop at Audiocraft Podcast Festival in June in collaboration with Hindenburg.


Audiocraft 2018 heroAudiocraft Festival is a three-day podcasting event where attendees can learn from experts, tune in from home and learn new skills when it comes to podcasting. The festival goes from the 1st to the 3rd of June. 

This year, The CMTO CEO Giordana Caputo will be presenting an audio editing workshop on June 3 in collaboration with Chris Mottes, CEO of Hindenburg. The pair will equip you with the skills every audio producer needs to make their podcast stand out. They'll take you through all the basics, like setting up a multitrack session, making your vocals crisp and clear, techniques for natural sounding conversation and some simple buff and shine techniques.

Aside from being CEO, Giordana is an Executive Producer of the National Features and Documentary Series, former Executive Producer of the FBi's All The Best and a former station manager of Brisbane's 4ZZZ. She earned a degree in Journalism from Queensland University of Technology, has a Certificate IV in training and assessment and has produced content for a range of media organisations including FBi, 4ZZZ, SBS Radio, Rave Magazine, The Australian Ballet and Media Monitors Australia

She will be presenting alongside Hindenburg CEO Chris Mottes who has over 30 years experience in entrepreneurship, management and business development in London, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Prior to joining the Hindenburg team in 2011, Chris successfully founded media companies like Deadline Film and TV, Deadline Games, Vision Park Entertainment and Six Ravens Capital. 

For more information and tickets visit the Audiocraft site.