Class Principles of Sound Design: Capture and Mixing

  • Code


  • Syllabus



    - Foundations of audio for image;
    - Introduction to audio for image;
    - The soundtrack;
    - The processes: from recording to audio post-production;
    - Introduction to production sound recording;
    - Production and design of cinematographic sound environments;
    - Introduction to audio post-production: editing and mixing in Pro Tools.


    - Exercises carried out in a group to capture sound;
    - Production and design of stereophonic soundscapes;
    - Development of intentions through recording practices;
    - Production, editing and mixing of sound for image.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Theoretical-practical sessions. The theory will be expoimded orally using multimedia technology through the projection of powerpoints, exhibition of filmic excerpts and practical demonstration in recording and editing equipment that may assume relevance in the context of the class.
    Practices related to recording can be carried out in the studio and on the ULHT campus. Editing and mixing practices will be carried out in the classroom using DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) stations.

  • References


    Kalinak, K. (2015) Sound: Dialogue, Music and Effects [Rutgers University Press]

    Monaco, J. (2014) How To Read A Film [Oxford University Press, Inc.]

    Scott-James, K. (2018) Sound Design for Moving Image: From
    Concept to Realization [Bloomsbury Academic]

    Yewdall, D. L. (2012) Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound [Focal Press, 4ed.


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