POST SOUND COURSE FOR CINEMA AND TV
Sound post-production course for cinema and TV will address the process of sound editing and movie mixing in Pro Tools, from direct sound organization, audio import, work steps.
Also editing dialogues, foleys, effects and editing ambiences. Using real examples of documentary and fiction series shown on TV channels, the workshop will show the entire process until the delivery of the final mix.
WHAT ARE THE COURSE OBJECTIVES?
01. introduce the concepts and techniques of sound editing and mixing for film and television.
02. Know basic concepts about sound such as: sound wave, frequency, amplitude. etc.
03. Discover a little about the history of sound in Cinema.
04.Learn about the division of the sound team within a film and TV production.
05.Aprender Sound Editing: Dialogues, foleys, SFX and ambience editing.
06. Learn Mixing in Pro Tools: EQ, reverbs, panorama, stereo and surround mixing.
HOW IS THE COURSE?
Classes will be taught in groups, 4 zoom lessons with a duration of 2 hours each, plus 14 lessons of recorded content with a total duration of 14 hours. Totaling 22 hours of course!
CLASS 01 - What is sound? concepts about sound.
CLASS 02 - History of sound in cinema.
AUAL 03 - How does the sound editor market and profession work?
CLASS 04 - Protools and other DAWS
CLASS 05 - Editing dialogs
CLASS 06 - Noise Reduction
CLASS 07 - Foleys
CLASS 08 - Sound Effects
CLASS 09 - Ambiences
CLASS 10 - Hard Effects
CLASS 11 - Music in Cinema
CLASS 12 - Sound editing for Documentary
CLASS 13 - Stereo Mixing
CLASS 14 - Surroud Mixing
HOW MUCH DOES A SOUND EDITOR EARN?
a sound editor earns between R$100 and R$250 per minute of finished audio, that is, a 15-minute short film earns between R$1500 and R$3,750, a job that takes around 15 to 25 hours of work.
HOW TO REGISTER?
The Film and TV Sound Post-Production Course will open in June! Sign up for the email list below to secure your seat!