Audio Post-Production

Courses

Audio Post-Production-2022/2023

Level 1
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
DIGL-6001Audio Post Production Theory 12
Audio Post Production Theory 1 This course examines the advanced theory and practice of sound in film, television and multimedia. Audio pre production/planning, production and post production phases and workflows are looked at. Current production techniques frequently used in the post-production and live sound industries will be explored. Current synchronization, delivery and storage formats are explained. The balance between aesthetics and techniques used in sound and video production will be considered.
DIGL-6002Audio Post-Production Practical 12
This course strengthens skills in advanced audio and video post production techniques. Hands-on skills are regularly taught requiring the use of digital audio and digital video recording and editing technology. Applications include audio for video, surround sound production for picture, production dialog recording and editing, ADR, Foley, sound effects, sound design, segment based and linear based music writing, audio premixing and mixing. Students may have the opportunity of working with students from other graduate and under-graduate programs within the college.
DIGL-6003Audio Post-Production Lab 19
This course revolves around audio and sound design lab study. Over 250 hours of lab time is assigned for both short term and full term projects. Professor assigned and self-directed audio projects are done. Solo projects, group projects and projects with other programs within the college are also assigned. This course introduces the student to audio that is used in post production visual media. The course will additional focus on recording, editing and mixing for 5.1 surround sound format.

Level 2
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
DIGL-6004Audio Post-Production Theory 22
This course is a continuation of DIGL-6001 and examines the advanced theory of audio post production technology and live sound systems as a whole. The processes required to apply it to the technologies of recording and editing audio and video elements individually and/or together are explored. Advanced post production techniques for gaming, television, film, Internet audio delivery and live broadcast are observed. The processes will stress generic skills, so that students will be able to adapt their practical experiences to various types of equipment and situations.
DIGL-6006Audio Post Practical 22
A continuation of DIGL-6002, this course looks at direct applications of digital technology. Hands-on assignments, including directed and self directed term projects and are regularly given requiring the use of digital audio and digital video recording and editing technology. Both short and long form projects will be completed. Applications include audio for video, surround sound production for picture, ADR, foley, sound effects, segment based and linear based music writing, video editing, live audio, video preproduction and production, and interactive audio for games. Students will develop a professional portfolio. Students have the opportunity of working with students from other graduate and under-graduate programs within the college.
DIGL-6005Audio Post-Production Lab 29
This course revolves around independent lab study. Over 250 hours of digital audio and video production lab time is assigned for both short term and full term projects. Professor assigned and self-directed projects are done. Solo projects, group projects and in collaboration with other programs within the college are also assigned and evaluated.

Program Residency
Students Must Complete a Minimum of 7 credits in this
program at Fanshawe College to meet the Program Residency
requirement and graduate from this program

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