Sound Design

Saturday, April 22, 2017 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm
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Sound designing is an intricate process that can enhance and transform the experience of watching a film. In this four-hour theory workshop, learn the conceptual elements of creative sound design. Explore how to build soundscapes with ambience, sound effects, music, as well as archival sound and libraries to expand the emotional poignancy of your story. Using a demo session participants will get a visual reference on the elements and how they come together in a pre-mix.

This course is recommended as a companion to Introduction to Location Sound Recording and Introduction to Post-Production Sound for Filmmakers and Producers 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.’