Recording Audio For Film (April 2019)
$80 for Members
Limited to 10 participants
This two-day workshop will cover the essentials of audio, microphones, recorder technology and recording techniques to enable your film production, no matter the budget, to sound professional. The first evening will be an in-depth presentation of the concepts. The second class will include three hours of hands-on learning with a field test and an evaluation. Students will leave knowing how to listen to, evaluate and capture better audio for film production.
Equipment: All recording equipment provided by Northwest Film Forum. The gear you learn on is also available for NWFF members to rent. Students are welcome to bring their own equipment if they would like advice or to practice using it.
Katie Schultz is a Sound Designer focused primarily on documentary work as well as original sound effects and foley. Katie has been involved in a multitude of projects, from independent films to corporate testimonials and product launch videos, to collaborative installation pieces. Most recently, she is volunteering at local non-profit Seattle Sound Girls and is working with a group of LGBTQ filmmakers on a 360º video piece exploring Lesbian/Queer spaces. Katie received a BFA in Sound Design from Savannah College of Art and Design.