MOTION PICTURE SOUND

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COURSE DETAILS

ELIGIBILITY

Anyone interested in learning the art of film sound and post-production.

PROGRAM

This crash course will take you through the essentials of Pro Tools based in-the-box mixing/recording/Foley for film. The course is designed to enhance your understanding of film sound and teach you industry-standard techniques for sound design/ recording Foley/ ADR and mixing a film.

EQUIPMENT

A state of the art studio with a sound proofed & acoustically treated Control Room & Live Room for tracking. The studio set up is equipped with a Pro Tools (12) HD System and industry-standard reference audio speakers and a second reference screen for ADR and Foley.

FEE

The Course Fee is Rs. 45,000/- plus taxes.

TIMINGS

A total of five classes 3 hours each.

MODULES

Topics Covered
Protools basics

Editing tools, shortcuts

Sampling

Synthesis

Foley recording techniques

Dialogue recording techniques

Mixing and Mastering the assignment

What you take away from the course
Working with Protools for a film

Creating and designing your own sounds

Mixing from a movie perspective

Recording techniques

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    FACULTY

    Gautham Pattani

    Gautham Pattani

    DANTE CERTIFIED TRAINER & STUDIO ENGINEER

    When he’s not teaching recording, post production or fundamentals in audio, Gautham can be found recording bands, or mixing sound for films. He’s also a musician of standing- partial to the bass guitar, and enjoys mentoring our students in music production.

     

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