Learning Sound Design for Musicians and Filmmakers
Limited to 12 Students
Five-Day Workshop, July 17 to 21, 2017
Time: 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Days: Monday through Friday
Tuition for Commuters:
$400 - Includes daily lunch
Tuition for Students Living on Campus:
$800 - Includes 3 meals per day
Open to students entering grades 9 through 12 and high school graduates looking for film schools
This workshop introduces students to the fundamentals of sound, audio recording and sound design for film. Working with Avid Protools, the week-long class teaches acoustics, proper microphone skills, multi-track recording and sound design for film and video. In Point Park’s state-of-the-art recording suite, students will participate in recording a music artist, as well as recording dialog and sound effects for a scene from a film.
Through this workshop, students will be able to understand the processes of recording multi-track music and post-production sound for film, understand the basic uses of Avid Protools in post production sound work, refine sound recordings using editing, filtering and mixing techniques, design, build and mix a textured, multi-layered sound track consisting of dialog, sound effects, and music.
At the end of the program students will have created a mix of the song that is recorded during the week, as well as an ADR-FOLEY-FX PROJECT. This project will consist of a full sound edit, design and mix of a scene from a film. All existing soundtrack will be removed and the dialog, foley and music will be recreated by the student.