WEEK 4 February 4th: Homework: 1) Read over the Crew Roles and Departments Guide 2) Read an Open Letter From your Sound Department and write a one paragraph review of it. Please write about the pros and cons that you determine to be part of being in the Sound Department for Film (or TV). Turn in at the beginning of class Feb 11th. 3) Work on Project 3: Adding Sound to Picture - Bring 2-3 film to class to work on.
WEEK 6 February 18th: Homework: 1) Write 2 Treatments for Project 4: Dramatic Narrative. This is a paragraph each on the Who? What? Where? When? of your film. You will present them to your group next week and have a brief time to decide together on 1 that will be the treatment for your film that you will write up and hand in to Andrea. 2) Read SOS Sound & Sync handout. We will have an in-class quiz using this handout. (open-book). It also found on the web here: http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/apr11/articles/simple-sound-sync.htm Other Material from class:
2) Watch this 20 minute video clip on how to import and edit in Adobe Premiere. It will make things go smoother in our next class so you have more time for shooting:http://vimeo.com/4254219
3) Prepare for shooting next week.Bring in any necessary props, flashlight for lighting?, and build your sound library, music, as needed. 3) Send Andrea your 2 treatments if you haven't submitted them in class via email@example.com
WEEK 8 March 4th: Homework: 1) Write 2 paragraphs on one sound editor or designer who works in film or with apps. Describe his/her techniques used. Try to find out why they got into sound editing AND/OR what they love about their job. Use at least two sources for your information. Use quotes from the articles. Cite your two (or more) sources. Send the document to the transfer drive in Andrea's folder at the beginning of next class (as a Word doc). 2) Study these 2 handouts for next week's quiz, QUIZ 4 :
WEEK 9 March 11th: Homework: 1) Find an article that interests you on Sound Production or Sound Design. Write one paragraph about what interests you about it in a Word doc that will be sent via transfer drive next class. Also be prepared to transfer the link to the article or have 10 printed handouts for the class for next class. You will be presenting the information in the article in class for about 5 minutes. 2) If you have not turned in your Project 4: Dramatic Narrative, it is due at the beginning of class March 18th. We will be having a screening of the films next week March 18th. You can bring snacks.