Launch into 5.1 (surround sound workflow)
December 12$60 – $80
In this workshop, you’ll be introduced to the fundamentals of 5.1 surround sound, the steps involved in preparing your sound elements for a final mix, 5.1 sound design concepts, and an overview of broadcast and theatrical standards.
If you’re interested in audio post, sound design or if you’re a filmmaker who wants to get the most out of your soundtrack this workshop is a good launchpad.
Dates: Thursday, December 12th 2019
Fees: $60 member / $80 non-member
Location: Video Pool Studio (300 – 100 Arthur St.)
Limit: 8 Participants
Instructor: Michelle Irving
Michelle Irving is a Sound Designer, Re-recording mixer and Composer working out of Soleil Sound in Toronto. She completed a BFA at NSCADU followed by an MFA in interactive media at Simon Fraser University in 2006. She has worked on numerous media art and experimental sound projects alongside her work in audio post-production for film and television. Artists she has worked with include Heather Nicol (Imminent Departure [Nuit Blanche]). Annie Onyi Cheung (_scape with 6 and 7 [Nuit Blanche). Paulette Phillips (The Quoddy Fold), Oliver Husain (Isla Santa Maria 3D, Garden of the Legend of the Golden Snail 3D iMax), and Katerina Cizek (1000th Tower, NFB). In 2015 she presented a live multi-channel sound art performance, Roomtone, at the Media Arts of Ontario, Mapping Medias Symposium. Some recent film credits include Liz Marshall’s Meat the Future (feature documentary), Farm Crime (CBC webseries produced by Geoff Morrison), Mouthpiece (feature, directed by Patricia Rozema), and Take Me to Prom (CBC short directed by Andrew Moir). In addition to her skills in sound design, music and mixing, Michelle is also interested in interaction design technology and spatialized audio systems.
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