BCST 126 Sound For Visual Media (3)
Lec-35, Lab-52.5, field trips
Credit, Degree Applicable
Hands-on overview and theory of the processes, craft skills, and equipment used to apply sound to picture. Examines the stages of location sound production, dialog recording, sound editorial, sound design, Foley, music and mixing techniques for television, Internet, games and emerging media.
Offered only in Fall semesters
Offered Fall semesters
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Describe and demonstrate the use of field recording equipment necessary to record sync dialog and field sound effects in various video production location scenarios.
- Outcome 2: Organize a post-production sound timeline for a visual media project and create a spot session for dialog, music, and effects.
- Outcome 3: Record and perform ADR, Foley, and music in sync with visual media in a sound editorial team environment.
- Outcome 4: Operate a digital audio workstation to record, edit, apply signal processing and mix down all stems in a soundtrack in a visual media project to various formats.
- Outcome 5: Act professionally and employ workforce protocol in communication and behavior on media production sets and in the post-production sound editorial environment.