film, video & TV training | professional development
Sound Post Production Basics
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|Fee:||$671 Open Channel Members / $814 (non-members) (Prices are Inclusive of GST)
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|Prerequisites:||Prior sound or music experience an advantage.|
You've recorded great location sound, but what to do with it? Learn how to edit and mix your own post sound, or prepare your soundtracks for an audio mixing facility in this great short course led by SOUND DESIGNER TAKUYA KATSU.
Learn how to:
- Understand the role sound plays in your production
- Import and export soundtracks
- Lay audio tracks – dialogue, music and effects
- Clean up audio
- Perform a basic pre mix on your soundtrack, and export a stereo mix
- Understand about different mixes available i.e. Dolby surround
Who should do this course?
Suitable for beginner filmmakers looking for an an overview of sound principles and and basic sound editing techniques. Also suited to anyone wanting to commence a career in the professional screen sound arena as a Sound Editor or Mixer.
Where can I go after this course?
Graduates can apply their skills to their own productions and/or continue to develop their skills through courses such as Location Sound Recording
Are you interested in being Accredited for this course?
Read about Accreditation Options on Short Courses
How do I Enrol?
Simply print an Enrolment Form and return to us with payment to secure a place in the Short Course. See the Enrolment Form for details on how to pay.
Short Courses Application Form (pdf)
If you wish to enrol in this course as part of a full Certificate III in Media / Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media, with up-front payment, click here.
Takuya has been working as an independent sound designer for films and broadcast since 2006. His award winning films have travelled well internationally to renowned film festivals, and have been screened at prominent museums such as the Tate Modern in London and the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
John is one of Australia's leading sound designers and sound editors. His credits include Academy Award winner The Lost Thing (2010), Underbelly (2008), Monkeynaut (2007), December Boys (2006) and Lockie Leonard (Channel 9).