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Working Class Audio (WCA) gets up close and personal with audio professionals and asks the questions no one else asks. Business practices, mistakes, failures, equipment choices, financial advice, work life balance, workflow, and family life are topics that are all on the table. WCA interviews a combination of known and unknown audio pros from the worlds music, film & TV and video games.
The Indie Film Academy Podcast covers a range of topics related to indie filmmaking, As the podcast is especially targeted at indie filmmakers, it shows you how to find investors, develop an audience and generate income over time. It also covers screenwriting and directing topics like the power of mythic storytelling and how to get your film accepted into festivals.
The podcast of nofilmschool.com features interviews with screenwriters, directors, cinematographers and other industry authorities. Series include The First Feature (case studies on how particular films were written, made, cast, shot and pitched) and Indie Film Weekly (wrap-up of news in the indie filmmaking world).
Screen Director is the podcast of the Australian Directors Guild. They interview Australia's film and television directors, discussing the craft and aesthetics of filmmaking, storytelling, and the creative process.
Directed by Christopher Kenneally
Investigates the history, process and workflow of both digital and photochemical film creation. Includes interviews with James Cameron, David Fincher, George Lucas, David Lynch, Robert Rodriguez, Martin Scorsese, Steven Soderbergh and other filmmakers. Includes film clips and archival footage.
Master classic and cutting-edge Foley techniques that will allow you to create rich, convincing sound for any medium, be it film, television, radio, podcasts, animation, or games.In The Foley Grail, Second Edition, award-winning Foley artist Vanessa Theme Ament teaches you how Foley is designed, crafted, and edited for any project, right down to the nuts and bolts of spotting, cueing, and performing sounds. Various renowned sound artists provide a treasure trove of shortcuts, hot tips, and other tricks of the trade.
Sound-on-Film contains interviews with 27 prominent men and women who discuss their careers and the art and craft of film sound. These sound creators represent many of the crafts working in film sound, including production sound, sound editing, sound design, additional dialogue replacement (ADR), Foley, re-recording mixing, and sound engineering.
Eleven of the world's foremost film sound mixers, who have been honored with eight Oscars for Best Sound, share the wisdom and experience that has resulted in the mixing of more than 300 major motion pictures
In this edition, you will learn about the history and evolution of mixing, various mixing styles, the six elements of a mix, the rules for arrangement and how they impact your mix, where to build your mix from, and mixing tips and tricks for every genre of music. The book wraps up with insightful interviews with the top engineers in the field, including George Massenburg, Allen Sides, Bruce Swedien, Elliot Scheiner, Andy Johns, Nathanial Kunkel, and several others.
Mastering Engineer's Handbook provides a thorough exploration of the mastering process for virtually any kind of audio program, utilizing insights from the world's top mastering engineers. Legendary mastering engineers share experiences, tips, and tricks with you through every step of the process. The book features interviews with mastering giants such as Bernie Grundman, Bob Ludwig, Glenn Meadows, Doug Sax, and more.
Soundscape: The School of Sound Lectures, 1998-2001 is the first compendium of the event's presentations that investigate the modern soundtrack and the ways sound combines with image in both art and entertainment. The many contributors include directors David Lynch and Mike Figgis; Oscar- winning sound designer Walter Murch (Apocalypse Now); composer Carter Burwell (Coen Brothers); theorists Laura Mulvey and Michel Chion; critic Peter Wollen; filmmakers Mani Kaul and Peter Kubelka; music producer Manfred Eicher and poet Tom Paulin.
The program follows the work of a sound recordist as he carefully examines five alternative microphone setups for an interview, comparing the pros and cons of each one in turn. There are sections on pre-production, essential location equipment, track assignment, microphone and line levels, backup systems, problem noises, setting levels, buzz tracks and trouble shooting.
In 2012 Dave Grohl purchased the legendary Neve 8028 recording console from Sound City Studios. The board, built in 1972, is considered to be the crown jewel of analog recording equipment, having recorded such artists as Neil Young, Fleetwood Mac, Johnny Cash, Guns and Roses, Metallica, and many other musical legends. This tells the story of real rock history, and celebrates the music, as Grohl gathers some of rock's greatest artists to collaborate on a new album using this classic console