- Category: Chapman
- Last Updated on Thursday, December 18, 2014
- Fred Ginsburg
|02/03||First day of class. Course description. What is Production Sound? Why learn production sound?|
|02/10||Professional Approach to Prod Sound. Pre-production. Rental houses. Crew.|
|02/17||Priorities of the mixer. Hierarchy of mic techniques.|
|02/24||QUIZ #1 (Priorities, Hierarchy, Pre-production)
|Cycle 1 Film Productions dates TBA|
|03/03||Hands on video exercises. Multi-mic mixing Boom and Plant Mic. (Airport)|
|Cycle 2 Film Productions|
|03/10||Mic basics. (sensitivity, powering)|
|03/17||Mics continued. Shotguns. Record scenes using Boom Mic.|
|03/24||Holiday: SPRING BREAK"3,2,1" Film Productions for all 1st year students|
|03/31||QUIZ #2 (Mixers)
Intro to portable recorders; multi-track.
|04/07||Intro to Lavaliers & Radio Mics. Rig talent and shoot simple "talk show".
Please wear or bring button down shirt or blouse; and appropriate undergarment if you are shy about another student (same sex) unbuttoning your top.
INTERVIEW PROJECTS ARE DUE.
|04/14||TBA.....this is NAB Week, so our schedule may be subject to change|
|04/21||QUIZ #3 (Mics, TV Sound)
Hands on exercises: Complex scene ("Brown Interview")
|04/28||Hands on exercises Multi-mic mixing (exterior, Conned Film Festival)|
|05/05||Recording Live Events and Music|
|05/12||Absolute Final Deadline to submit all projects by end of class. Review of course content.
Final Lecture: Resumes; Networking; Apprenticeships/Internships. Getting started in the industry.
Absolutely the LAST DAY to take make-up tests.This is the last day to re-submit projects that were turned in by 5/05 and returned to you by the instructor.