FLM 292

Film Sound I (Spring)

Studio, 3 Credit Hours

An introduction to audio workflow for film and video. Students gain proficiency in basic audio theory, as well as proper location audio techniques such as booming, lavaliere microphones, proper use of field recorders, and troubleshooting audio problems. In addition, students learn basic stereo film mixing techniques, signal flow, spectral and dynamic processing, and automation using Pro Tools audio software. Students are required to record sound on two upper-division productions as well as complete a stereo mix for one project. Students are required to have a set of professional headphones as well as a FireWire 800 hard drive. (Co-requisite: FLM 291)