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Ever wondered who creates the sound effects for video games, or those creepy footsteps that terrify you in a horror film? They’re the work of the audio post production engineer. Welcome to the world of the Foley Artist, the Dubbing Editor and the Sound Designer…and if you thought mixing music was fun, then you‘ll love the challenge of mixing soundscapes and atmospheres, voice-overs and special effects, all to broadcast standards.
Developed in conjunction with leading post production companies and professionals, our Sound for Film, Games & TV course, delivered in Manchester and London, will give you the skills to create, mix and edit sound for all forms of visual media.TOPICS
- Psychoacoustics and spatial perception
- Foley recording and editing
- Location sound
- ADR and voice-over recording
- Transfers and formats
- Tracklay and stems
- Sound effects design
- 5.1 surround sound mixing
- Industry standards and mixing for broadcast
- Pro Tools 201 or 210P accreditation
This course is available as this stand alone 6 month course or as an advance module in our Music Production & Sound Engineering
course.In order to take this as a stand-alone course you will need some prior experience and knowledge of audio engineering including Pro Tools certification up to 110 level. Depending on your current certification level, Pro Tools 201 or 210p certification is included within the course. We also have a Pro Tools/Audio Post Production package deal to get you up to speed.
Please contact us to discuss this if you are unsure.
Hours of Study – 6 hours of delivery per week plus studio time. Tuesday & Thursday 7pm to 10pm.
Start Date –
Entry Requirements – By Interview. Pro Tools 110 certification required.
Tuition Fees – Single payment - £2970 | Instalments - £3300 (6x monthly payments of £550)
Funding – We are a Professional and Career Development Loans registered Learning Provider, registration number 2486.Apply Now
A Professional and Career Development Loan is a commercial bank loan that you can use to help pay for work-related learning. For further information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit the GOV.UK website or contact the National Careers Service on 0800 100 900.
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