New York Film Academy | Evaluated Learning Experience
Special Topics II: Sound II
27 hours (16 weeks).
October 2011 - December 2019.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate practical audio production and post-production skills and theoretical knowledge necessary to apply in a film environment. These skills include fluency in equipment and software operation, appropriate application of techniques and proper communication on and off set.
The course consists of nine classes. Major topics include: audio/sound fundamentals, dialogue and wild recording, the role of sound personnel, multi-track recorder set up, microphone techniques, proper procedures, wireless systems, audio workflow, file formats, critical monitoring, sound reports, creating an optimal environment with absorption material, and introduction to post-production sound. Prerequisite: FIL 170 Sound I.
NOTE: Credit recommendations are listed under Special Topics Overview: One Year Filmmaking Program-Semesters One and Two (10/16).