Duration: 2h33m | Video: .MP4, 1920×1080 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 4.33 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
A 2-1/2-hour, entertaining, funny, and immersive romp into what you need to know to start getting great sound.
What you’ll learn
Record excellent location sound for film and video projects, and do a basic sound edit when you’re done recording. We teach you to record like the pros.
A willingness to be entertained while you learn.
You’ve heard it said — in video and film, AUDIO is 70% of what you see. The sound you record on set can be the biggest obstacle to achieving truly professional results in your production. But it’s also
one of the easiest things to get right!
is ideal for beginners, excellent for intermediates who want to better understand the topics, and great for professionals as easy reference. It will be a program you come back to again and again.
, and tongue-in-cheek
guide you through fundamentals for getting great sound in your film or television project.
They’ll get you on your way to professional-sounding audio, from two very simple but extremely important recording techniques which will solve nearly 80% of your audio problems, to choosing the correct microphone for your project and the right way to handle your microphones on set, to building a basic audio kit and using it properly, to choosing and managing locations to get the best possible sound recording environment.
Then join DVXUser post-production guru
as he explains the basics of audio post production — what to do with your sound once you’ve recorded it,
taking a real scene from raw cuts all the way to a complete sound mix.
two and a half hours of instruction
SOUND for Film and Television
is your first step toward achieving great audio!
INTRODUCTION/The Two Things
What You’re Doing Wrong
Getting The Microphone Close
Choosing A Great Location
MICROPHONES: Choices & Gear
Microphone Sizes Compared
So, What Do We Use?
Building An Audio Kit
Putting It All Together
RECORDING YOUR AUDIO: Proper Technique
Riding The Frame Line
Dynamic Booming vs. Lavalieres
Shotguns: Special Considerations
Why Shotguns Shine Outdoors
Using Lavs On A Shoot
Mounting A Lav
Monitoring Your Audio
Microphones & Power
2-Channel vs. 4-Channel
LOCATIONS: Choice & Management
Assessing An Interior
What You Want In A Location
POST-PRODUCTION: Editing Basics
Beginning The Edit
Using Room Tone
NLE Audio Tools To Deal With Noise
Building A More Complete Sound Mix
Fixes You CAN Do In Post
CONCLUSION: Parting Thoughts
Conclusion & Credits
Who this course is for
Beginners, intermediates who want to learn why instead of just how, and professionals for review and reference.