Digital Opera Content: How to Look and Sound like the Pros
Monday, July 20 at 7pm ET
Digital Opera Content: How to Look and Sound Like the Pros - Ever wonder what the pros use for their online content? Daniel Welch of The Beard & Lens will break down gear (cameras, mics, lighting, interfaces, and software), workflow (set-up, post-production), and tips for content creation. He will also discuss what can help you stand out in a sea of material already online. To submit questions for the Q&A, please email with "Digital Opera Content QA" in the subject, by July 19th, 11:59pm. 60min Lecture, 30min Q&A.
Daniel Welch, owner of The Beard and Lens, is a Brand Strategist/Small Business Coach with a knack for inspiring action, driven by the aspirations of his clients. He believes in goal-driven business with an intent to impact the public.
From Marketing at The Wharton School, to Photography and image-based Storytelling at FIT, he is perpetually involved in professional development.
A true extrovert and people-person, he has had his hand in many media-based positions and offers:
Individual & Corporate Brand Consulting
Image Curation and Brand Identity
Social Media Consulting & Lecture
Social Media Campaign Management
Artist Branding & Marketing
Podcast Creation & Producing
Crowd-Funding Management & Consulting
Media Producing (photoshoot/film/commercial)
Online Course Content Creation
Audio & Video Production (Studio/Live)
Journalism / Photojournalism
Speech Writing / PR Scripts
He enjoys being a “go-to guy.” If you need a person to solve a problem and he can’t do it, he’ll know someone who can.
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Becoming a Digital Opera Producer
Opera has been around for over four hundred years. And while the world of digital content and social media may be relatively new, it certainly consumes a huge amount of our time: the average American spends over two hours a day browsing social media. But as opera houses in the United States have shut their doors for the foreseeable future, opera singers have found themselves in a unique situation: the digital stage is the only stage still open.