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Sundance-winning film sound mixer reveals the power of dialog editing, sound design, and audio mixing. Click here for the video The 5 Five Steps of Audio Post Production: 2:20 Sound Editing 3:05 Spotting Session 3:37 Dialog Editing 7:03 Sound Design 11:08 Sound Mixing ----------------- Ugo Derouard is a Sound Designer & Supervising Sound Editor and has been successfully working in Hollywood since 2006. Over his career, Ugo has worked with A-List Directors and Music Composers, on Award-winning Films, TV Shows, Commercials and Documentaries since 2002. Ugo’s work as a Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Designer has been featured many times at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2012 for the film "The End of Love" featuring Mark Webber & Michael Cera, again in the 2014 “Life After Beth” with Aubrey Plaza as well as the 2015 Grand Jury Winner “SMILF” with Frankie Shaw and Thomas Middleditch.
hjones95 posted a topic in General DiscussionDear all, Currently, I am a student studying Sound Engineering, and have a thorough interest in audio post production for film and television. At university I run a post production student group and am actively involved in the film scene inside of the university. My final year is fast approaching, and I am attempting to start planning out my dissertation for my final year. The contents of the dissertation is a write up of a few thousand words, and a physical product (bearing in mind this could be a piece of film, schematics, or even a fully blown speaker design). I have some initial ideas (The Importance of Linearity in Cinema Audio Systems, The Future of Cinema Audio), but I am concerned these are slightly too specific. I am interested to hear any ideas the JW community may be able to contribute - perhaps you did a degree and a final year project too? Anyway, I appreciate your time and thank you in advance!
www.digitalartschool.com The Centre for Arts and Technology, Okanagan campus is in need of an individual with industry experience in the Audio Post Production field. The selected candiate will team-teach the two following courses with an existing instructor at the Centre: 1) Audio Post Production 5012 (APP 5012) Course Description: APP 5012 students acquire skills related to the roles of producer and engineer for film and TV post-audio production. Through the analysis of film and television examples, students will apply these standards to their own post-production project(s) they are to complete during the quarter. Topics include the 5 elements of Film/TVsoundtracks, the audio post production industry, studio protocol, working with talent, budgets and clients, system integration and interfacing, sound design techniques, recording and producing techniques, procedures and issues in session work, critical listening/ear training applied to aesthetic and acoustical issues, mixing, and automated dialogue replacement. 2) Advance Recording Techniques for Post Production 5010 (ARTP 5010) Course Description: ARTP 5010 will see students exploring the art of recording in the realm of post-production. Advanced and esoteric techniques and equipment are explored for their applicability to various sound design intentions. This course uses a demonstrative and exploratory methodology to expose students to more advanced and/or creative ideas and techniques that students may subsequently choose to experiment with in their production work in the companion courses of Audio Post Production Engineering 5012. Detailed course syllabi available upon request In these courses we ask the instructor be prepared to train the following: 1. Deliver lectures/practical demonstrations based on the content described above 2. Provide course enrichment by sharing anecdotal stories of their experiences in the industry 3. Develop students’ practical skills in regard to recording field recording/sfx/foley/ambiance/ADR./music for picture 4. Develop students’ practical skills and understanding in regard to prep, budgeting and working with clients 5. Demonstrating sound design techniques 6. Mixing in 5.1 Bring your passion and experience and join our dynamic team. The successful candidate will have a commitment to personal and professional growth and a professional attitude and demeanor. He/she will also have exceptional facilitation skills with a minimum of 5 years industry experience. Teaching experience is preferred but we do provide support and guidance in instructor development. If you are interested in teaching but currently have limited availability, please still submit your resume for future consideration, indicating your availability and your area of expertise. Key Responsibilities of the Position: § Work with course instructor to deliver courses balanced with content and industry experience § Deliver lectures locally or via video conference 3 hrs/wk. for 4 weeks (running approximately July-August 2014)- APP 5102 § Teaching in person for two 6 hour sessions in our Studio (starting approximately August 2014)- ARTP 5010 § Provide course content to instructor to make available to students on the CANVAS online system § Grading and evaluation § Lesson preparation and delivery § Creating a rewarding educational and adult learning environment in the classroom Education and Experience Preferred § Professional industry experience is critical § Teaching experience would be an asset § Innovator, communicator and team player § Sense of humor Please forward your cover letter, resume and portfolio link to Graham Cairns, Audio Department Head , as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org.