Course Tutor: Tim Bamber (www.timbamber.com)
Course date: Sat 18th March
Due to popular demand, Day 2 of the 'Sound for Self-shooters' course is being made available as a standalone 1-day workshop. The workshop will teach you how to produce and organise a good basic sound mix in post-production, to a fair standard (to the level appropriate for online corporate/charity projects, microshorts, etc). Topics will include: track-laying mono and stereo files; level setting and basic compression; using wildtrack to cover dialogue edits; using EQ to blend shotgun and radio mic recordings; using wildtrack to add ambience/atmosphere; recording voiceovers; an introduction to noise reduction; and 'ducking' music. The course will be taught using Adobe Premiere, with occasional reference Adobe Audition.
Students MUST have a working knowledge of Adobe Premiere
Previous attendance of a Sound for Self-shooters Day 1 workshop or a location sound seminar/masterclass
A good working knowledge of location sound principles and methods for self-shooting. You should be familiar with different microphones and their pickup patterns and use; the difference between mono and stereo; different types of wildtrack and when they should be recorded.
Post-Production Sound for Self-shooters
Saturday, March 18, 2017 - 10:00
£125/£110 for Students/£100 for UCL Students