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Description of Audio Recording Course
George Lucas famously said that the sound is the other half of the movie-going experience, and a good audio track will engage the audience as much as poor audio will push them away.
In the FilmSkills Audio Recording Course, you will learn the step-by step approach to recording high-quality audio on set, from choosing the right microphones to learning how to use a boom mic. Leading audio experts including the head of Apple Audio and inventor of THX Tom Holman, teach you the craft that has taken them a lifetime to learn.
Give the audience the sonic experience they want through the vibrant world of motion picture audio in the FilmSkills Audio Recording Course.
What You’ll Learn In Audio Recording Course?
- The Physics of Sound
Learn how the sound wave works, why we hear sound, how frequency and amplitude affect the sound and our approach to recording it.
- How Microphones Work
Learn how microphones function, their classifications, output configurations and how to choose the best microphone for the job
- Microphone Pick-Up Patterns
Learn the different types of pick-up patterns, how they capture sound, and which to choose when recording audio.
- Audio Pre-Production
Learn how to prepare for a shoot by breaking down the script, determining the best equipment to use and how to address complex scenes.
- Lavalier Microphones
Learn how to properly set-up and use lavalier microphones on actors and on set
- The Microphone Boom
Learn about the types and uses of boom poles, windscreens, shock mounts and techniques for monitoring audio
- Boom Operating Techniques
Learn techniques for the proper placement and operation of the boom mic on set
- Location Recording Techniques
Learn techniques for recording high-quality sound on location
- Recording the Audio
Learn the difference between analog and digital recording, how audio is encoded and recorded, setting levels, managing peaks, working with compressors and limiters, and how to record the perfect audio.
- Audio Configurations
Learn the various ways to record the audio signal on set
- Cables and Adapters
Learn to use and care for cables and adapters when recording audio on set
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