EXPERIMENTAL/ AVANT-GARDE: SOUND DESIGN
This intro to the exciting worlds of sound design and film scoring will be geared toward filmmakers who are interested in producing music or sound for their own films. Through hands-on exercises, screenings and demonstrations, students will explore the techniques and tools of sound including recording devices and software, as well as the tricks and techniques of producing your own score or sound design on a budget.
ASoF Certificate: ASoF Digital Video Certificate core class.
Who Should Attend: Students with filmmaking experience or an interest in art and experimental methods and those working towards their ASoF Digital Video Certificate. Ages 16 and older.
Prerequisites: Digital Filmmaking for Adults
About the Instructor:
Hunter Shaw is a multi-media artist based out of Austin, TX. After creating several award-winning short films in his native Colorado, Hunter attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts for film and television production. While majoring in Experimental Film, Hunter created works of varying length which combined traditional cinematic craftsmanship with a highly experimental aesthetic. A number of these pieces were exhibited at NYU, The Pratt Institute and The Grand Screen in New York. Since graduating, Hunter has worked as a freelance set dresser and fabricator in the Art Department on diverse independent features and music videos in New York and Austin, in addition to operating the production company and experimental record label Abject Renaissance.
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2017 Classes TBA