Introduction To Sound Recording For Film

Fri 22 May 2020 | 10am - 5pm | £70* Commercial | £60* Individual | 10% earlybird discount

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ONE DAY WORKSHOP

INTRODUCTION TO SOUND RECORDING FOR FILM


SESSION TIMES

  • Fri 22 May: 10am – 5pm

This day-long practical course in sound recording for film will look at a wide variety of microphones and techniques, as well as the theoretical background information you need. The course is aimed at all those who need to improve the sound quality of their on location recording and better structure their workflow from recording through to mixing.

Whether you’re looking to start a career in sound recording, or are a filmmaker looking to find out how to get better sound for your film, or aspiring to make more professional promotional videos for your company or business, this course will give you the best introduction.

Areas covered will include, but are not limited to:

  • Importance of sound and common mistakes/misconceptions
  • Jobs and roles within the industry
  • Sound-gathering formats
  • Examples of good practice
  • Type of equipment; Mics, cables, recorders, poles & their uses
  • Different sound inputs
  • Monitoring during recording – maintaining consistency and quality

We offer a range of film production courses covering scriptwriting, cinematography, sound, editing and visual effects, please do take a look at the full programme of courses available here >>


Workshop attendees get 10% off all food and hot drinks at the Café Bar.


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VENUE: EXETER PHOENIX, THE WORKSHOP/DIGITAL WORKSHOP

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