Sound for self-shooters
Sunday 11th November - The CentrE17
In this in depth workshop you will be guided through the basics of sound recording, equipment on a budget, basic sound editing and mixing tips to get your short films and corporate videos to the next level and to gain an overall understanding of terminology and processes so you can communicate better with your sound designer. Includes practical exercises.
You will get your hands on the standard equipment used for sound recording. Portable recorders, boom poles, radio-mics...
Equipment on a budget
Set up your equipment
Types of microphones
Understanding sound postproduction.
How to plan your edit.
Understanding the different elements of the soundtrack.
Dialogues editing basics.
Equalisation and compression concepts and basic demonstration.
**Sound Recording - No previous knowledge needed.
**Sound Editing and Mixing: Some basic knowledge of editing software (Premiere, Final Cut, Pro Tools, Audition) would be preferrable as there will be live demonstration using easy tools of video/audio softwares.
Carine Koleilat - Over 10 years experience working as a sound recordist and sound designer for feature and short films as well as live radio and TV broadcast. Sound recording tutor at London Film Academy.
Natalia Garay - Production coordinator at Universal Music Group specialising in audio releases. Experienced sound editor and re-recording mixer for feature and short form content as well as live sound.