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Introduction to Filmmaking
Writing & Directing
Sound DesignSound design is an intricate process that can enhance and transform the experience of watching a film. In this theory based workshop, learn the conceptual elements of creative sound design in Pro Tools. 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 the Introduction to Post-Production Sound for Filmmakers and Producers workshop.
Tue 27 April 2021, 6 - 9 pm(Registration deadline is Tue 27 April 5:00 pm)
Instructor: George Flores
George Flores is a professional Sound Editor, Designer, and Re-Recording Mixer, based in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Flores’ accreditations include: Cinema Audio Society, Motion Picture Sound Editor, SOCAN, and ACCT. As a sought out sound post producer, Mr. Flores expansive body of work includes: 80 (eighty) feature films, 300 hours of television programs, documentaries, corporate, educational and e-sound projects. Mr. Flores’ work is distributed worldwide via film distribution outlets, and through broadcast and streaming services such as: The Smithsonian Chanel, Animal Planet, Discovery, CBC, YTV, Rogers, Tree House, PBS, Super Chanel, APTN, The Documentary Channel, Amazon Prime, I-Tunes, Hulu, and Netflix. Most recently, Mr. Flores completed sound work for the IMAX feature film, Volcanoes The Fires Of Creation.
Maximum Capacity: 15
3 hours of instruction $60 /member$85 /nonmember