Introduces students to the logistics and professional techniques utilized in digital audio recording and sound editing. It includes exploration of sound department roles, hardware selection and placement, audio mixing, recording dialog, ambient sound, environmental effects, sound asset management and, integration of assets during postproduction. Students products include edited audio clips.
- Identify the editing tools in a digital editing software program.
- Detect audio issues in a sound track and their causes.
- Illustrate professional digital audio asset management, record keeping, and soundtrack organization.
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