This course covers all aspects of producing audio soundtracks for film, TV and games. Topics include, analyzing sound, mixing, foley, dialog replacement, sound effects, voice over and location sound. Students will use computer workstations and have the opportunity to work in groups to create polished audio tracks for their projects. At the end of the course students will be introduced to MIDI and music and sound design for film and TV and will graduate fully prepared for an entry-level opportunity in the audio post production arena.
Area of benefits
• How to use a DAW (digital audio workstation) to create and edit sound
• Learning microphone techniques for recording dialogue on a film set
• How to use sound to create moods and help tell a story
• How to use Equalization and other audio effects to improve and treat sound
• Introduction to music and music editing for film and TV