Basics of Audio Production for Producers, Project Managers & Broadcast Engineers
"Films are 50 percent visual and 50 percent sound. Sometimes sound even overplays the visual", says director David Lynch. But what is the key to an auditory creation and production in the audiovisual area? Which filmic tools and creative possibilities areused to produceaudio tracks nowadays? What should be considered while creating an audio design? Good audiovisual productions are not just convincing because of their images, but also due to an elaborated mixture of music, sounds and voices.The integral effect of the audiovisual experience is more than simply combining images and sounds.
This two-day event organised by Eyes & Ears
This event is primarily aiming at producers, project managers and broadcast engineers, who want to know more about this topic. Persons interested in the media, students and trainees are also very welcome.
Maximilian Kock, Professor of Audio Production, Study Course Media Techniques and production
University of Applied Sciences Amberg-Weiden
Born 1965 in
Karlsruhe. Studies of Sound and Image
Jochen Eberlein, Head of Unit Outdoor Production PLAZAMEDIA, Ismaning
Corinna Kamphausen, CEO, Eyes & Ears of Europe, Cologne
Presentation of the participants
The human ear – A phenomenal sense organ
Listening phenomena I – Listening & Evaluating: When does a punch sound effective?
Listening phenomena II – Do you listen correctly? Listening & Remembering: A complex connection
Audio production I – What do we hear? The difference between music, voice and sound
|16.45||Audio production II – What is happening with the sound surrounding us? Acoustics for Audiophiles|
|18.00||Audio production III – The most important shapers of sound: From the compressor to the room simulator|
End of day one
Audio production IV – The creative process of sound design. How are new sounds produced?
Sound design for film – Why do scenes affect us? An acoustic analysis
Sound design I – Music, the emotional component of sound design
Sound design II – Sound & Voice: The real components of sound design
Final discussion & evaluation
End of the event
Prof. Maximilian Kock
Deadline for registration: 6 July 2012
Number of participants: max. of 20
Eyes & Ears of Europe