Post Production with Pro Tools
Used by engineers, editors, and mixers from around the world, this incredible software allows for deep flexibility in editing, processing, mixing and mastering audio for picture. This class guides students through the process of synchronizing media to a time-line, track layout organization, dialogue editing and noise reduction, equalization and compression techniques, spotting sound effects and creating a vibrant final mix of all elements. Pro Tools is one of the top industry standard software tools designed for audio post-production.
Students will learn:
1. Importing OMF, AAF, audio, and video files and file management.
2. Syncing media and time-line organization of audio track layout.
3. Editing dialogue, and adding equalization and compression.
4. Noise reduction techniques for dialogue.
5. Balancing and creating a final mix.
Instructor: Ryan Kleeman
Time: 10 AM - 2 PM
Location: Overlap Studio*
Seats Available: 7
*Remote attendance is available using Google Hangout
Ryan Kleeman is a Grammy nominated Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, and Instructor. Co-founder of Overlap Studio, Ryan has been working creatively in the Bay area sound community for the last 10 years. Currently, Ryan is teaching audio production and postproduction courses at Overlap, The Bay Area Video Coalition and The Art Institute of California. Ryan has engineered and co-produced with Bay area Artist’s Christopher Willits, Tycho, The Living Earth Show, Silvia Nakkach, Christopher Eickmann, Roma 79, Pleasuremaker, miRthkon, and Future Twin. Ryan is working as a recording, mixing and mastering engineer at Overlap Studio, Ghostcat Studios, and Studio Guapo. Kleeman received his MFA in Sound Design and Audio Engineering from The University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Laptop and a pair of headphones
For ProTools related workshops, you may acquire - ProTools (buy or download the trial version)
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