Introduction to Post-Production Sound for Filmmakers and Producers

Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Enrolment is limited to: 

This introductory class is a must for filmmakers and producers who want to familiarize themselves with the post-production sound process. Sound-editor, designer and re-recording mixer George Flores will review the following topics and address participants’ questions about post-production sound.


• What are the mix formats (surround 5.1, stereo, mono, etc.) and the differences between them?
• What equipment is needed for professional sound post?
• How to get the film sound from video edit to sound post.
• What are the main sound post disciplines?
• Final output and deliverables.

This course is recommended as a companion to the Introduction to Location Sound Recording and Sound Design workshops.



George Flores is a Toronto-based sound editor, designer, and re-recording mixer with over 30 years of professional sound post experience and expansive credits, including: 35 feature films in Surround Sound 5.1, over 300 hours of television programming, several AAA console video games, and a myriad of corporate, documentary, and multi-media productions. As an internationally recognized professional, George Flores is a member of the Cinema Audio Society, the Motion Picture Sound Editors association, the Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television and SOCAN, and a past Emmy award nominee. George combines exceptional technical skill, artistry, and commitment to fulfill directorial ‘sound vision.’