Sound Mixing For Broadcast Programs
Learn how to apply sound mixing techniques to comply to typical stereo audio specifications from content networks.
The comprehensive course is designed to equip aspiring audio post engineers and filmmakers with the essential skills and knowledge required to create a professional and broadcast audio specification compliant mix for documentary productions. Whether you're a novice looking to break into the field or an experienced professional seeking to enhance your expertise, this course will provide you with the tools and techniques needed to excel in the world of audio mixing for TV networks.
ADR stands for Automated Dialogue Replacement. When on-location dialogue recording doesn't work for a particular shot or scene, ADR is applied in order to produce the best audio quality output. But how do we actually carry out the ADR recording process?
This course is specially designed to help you in understanding ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement) recording concept and applying various recording techniques to conduct a successful ADR recording for your film, drama or any video projects.
Advanced Sound Mixing For Broadcast Programs
This course is recommended for learners who have completed the Sound Mixing For Broadcast Program course (I-AP01) to advance and navigate the realm of 5.1 surround mixing for broadcast documentary projects.
This course provides a comprehensive and practical approach to 5.1 audio mixing and workflow which is essential for audio post engineers, post-production professionals and even filmmakers involving in documentary projects with 5.1 Surround technical specifications such as Netflix and Nat Geo.