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FDMC now WorkSource WIOA eligible!!!

Film And Digital Media Certificate Courses: Spring 2022, Summer/Fall 2022

The Film and Digital Media Center offers an integrated curriculum wherein students pursue creative work in video and digital media.  FDMC currently offers three tracks:  script writing, film production and film editing.  The tracks are leveled and come together for two cumulative workshops.  Students enrolled in FDMC’s certificate program receive training in studio operations, script writing, camera and sound, Adobe Creative Suite’s PremierePro, basic accounting, legal and insurance requirements, etc.  Students, most importantly, gain hands-on experience through their course work and the crafting of at least two short films.  These films become their calling cards for the industry.

For more information, including multi-course tuition discounts, please contact FDMC at 678.466.5085 or filmanddigitalmedia@clayton.edu.

For information on WIOA funding please contact your local county WorkSource office:  https://atlantaregional.org/workforce-economy/services-for-job-seekers/career-resource-centers/ 

Film And Digital Media Certificate Courses:   Spring 2022

The Film and Digital Media Center offers an integrated curriculum wherein students pursue creative work in video and digital media. FDMC currently offers three tracks: script writing, film production and film editing. The tracks are leveled and come together for two cumulative workshops. Students enrolled in FDMC’s certificate program receive training in studio operations, script writing, camera and sound, Adobe Creative Suite’s PremierePro, basic accounting, legal and insurance requirements, etc. Students, most importantly, gain hands-on experience through their course work and the crafting of at least two short films. These films become their calling cards for the industry.

For more information, including multi-course tuition discounts, please contact FDMC at 678.466.5085 or filmanddigitalmedia@clayton.edu.

FDMC Certificate Courses

Level 1 Courses

Script Writing 1
Good story telling is good story telling, no matter the medium. Script Writing 1 covers the basic structures of storytelling for the many varieties of digital media: fiction, non-fiction, video games, and commercial advertisements. In- and out-of-class guided exercises—from formatting to story structure to character development and voice--enable students to develop and write a short script. Open registration

223JFLM101A
Instructor: Thomas Stein
Cost: $399
Dates: March 15-April 28
Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Time: 6:30-9:30pm
Sessions: 14
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM101A

224JFLM101A
Dates: May 16-June 29
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays
Time: 6:30-9:30pm
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM101A

 

Film Production 1
This course covers the technical and craft skills required to create a short media project. Students develop practical production skills and crew etiquette through “real world” assignments, lensing interior and exterior location scenes in and around the Lucy Huie Studio. Students also focus on balancing their technical knowledge with their artistic vision to create an impact. Discussions and hands-on assignments reinforce best practices for sanitation and safety in film production. Open registration.

223JFLM102A
Instructor: Teresa Steppe
Cost: $399
Dates: March 12-April 30 (holiday April 16)
Days: Saturdays
Time: 9:30am-4:00pm
Sessions: 7
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM102A

224JFLM102A
Dates: May 14-June 25
Days: Saturdays
Time: 9:30am-4:00pm
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM102A

 

Film Editing 1
This course covers the workflow and the division of labor needed for an efficient post-production team. Students’ use of PremierePro will cover: technical preparation of dailies; basics of picture editing for story structure; design, creation, and building of effective sound tracks; selection and editing of music; and final mastering to industry-standard delivery needs. Students work within realistic but tight schedules to finish editing exercises by “drop-dead” delivery dates for all “master” delivery materials. Open registration.

223JFLM103A
Instructor: Aaron Smithson
Cost: $399
Dates: March 14-April 27
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays
Time: 6:30-9:30pm
Sessions: 14
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM103A

224JFLM103
Dates: May 17-June 30
Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Time: 6:30-9:30
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM103A

 

Film Workshop 1
This course continues the work of all level one courses. Using their writing, production and editing skills, students work together to produce a short media project from concept to completion. Students also collect materials to build electronic press kits (EPKs) along with other marketing materials to promote themselves and their films for their premiere screening. Registration link will be sent to eligible students.

Prerequisites: Script Writing 1, Film Production 1 or Film Editing

223JFLM104A
Instructor: Teresa Steppe, Thomas Stein, Aaron Smithson
Cost: $399
Dates: March 19-May 7
Days: Saturday
Time: 9:30am-4:00pm
Sessions: 7
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM104A

Workshop 1 Premiere: Wednesday, May 11, 6:30-9:30pm
Open to the public.
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM105A

231JFLM104A
Dates: July 9-August 20
Days: Saturdays
Time: 9:30am-4:00pm
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=231JFLM104A

Workshop 1 Premiere: Saturday, August 27, 6:30-9:30
Open to the public.
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=231JFLM105A

REGISTRATION LINKS TO LEVEL TWO CLASSES WILL BE SENT TO ELIGIBLE STUDENTS

Level 2 Courses

Script Writing 2
This course expands students’ writing experiences in short media projects by exploring story needs and audience demands. In addition, students have the opportunity to write and workshop a longer script (20-28 pages). Class discussions center on not only script table-reads but also practicalities of auditioning and directing actors. As well, students begin production documentation for their scripts in advance of filming. Finally, students pitch their scripts to a panel of industry judges who endorse scripts for production in Workshop 2.

Prerequisites: Script Writing 1 or permission of instructor for stand-alone course.

223JFLM201A
Instructor: Thomas Stein
Cost: $399
Dates: January 10 to February 28
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays
Time: 6:30-9:30pm
Sessions: 14
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM201A

224JFLM201A
Dates: May 17-June 30
Days: Tuesday & Thursday
Time: 6:30-9:30
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM201A

 

Film Production 2
This intermediate production course centers students on the comprehensive pre-production and production demands of lensing three on-location scenes for a media project. Students also focus on securing the appropriate permissions and preparing for company moves. They build a location base camp for production and find solutions for last minute in-the-field challenges. Students are not required to edit their scenes into a finished project, but they do submit complete film dailies for all scene assignments. Discussions and exercises emphasize adequate actor and crew preparation.

Prerequisites: Film Production 1 or permission of instructor for stand-alone course

223JFLM202A
Instructor: Teresa Steppe
Cost: $399
Dates: January 15-February 26
Days: Saturdays
Time: 9:30am-4pm
Sessions: 7
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM202A

224JFLM202A
Dates: May 140June25
Days: Saturdays
Time: 9:30am-4pm
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM202A

 

Film Editing 2
This course focuses on the proper workflows that govern high-resolution camera formats (codecs). Given raw footage, students learn how to use low-resolution proxies for first and second cuts of a media project before creating the “locked cut” used for mastering high-resolution files for final color correction and rendering. Students also build soundtracks, preparing audio elements for sound mixes but keeping music and effects tracks separate from dialogue tracks as needed for “master” delivery requirements. Finally, students learn to use footage created in principal photography for the completion of visual effects and title sequences.

Prerequisites: Film Editing 1 or by special exception from the instructor

223JFLM203A
Instructor: Aaron Smithson
Cost: $399
Dates: January 11-February 24
Days: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Times: 6:30-9:30pm
Sessions: 14
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM203A

224JFLM203A
Dates: May 16-June 29
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays
Time: 6:30-9:30pm
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM203A

 

Workshop 2
This capstone course for all tracks allows students to act as independent film production companies. From acquisition of a shooting script, to budget planning and crowd funding; from actor auditions to crew and cast rehearsals; from technical pre-production to lensing; from rough cut to master delivery—students experience the trials and triumphs of making their film, culminating in a public premiere screening, June 26.

Prerequisite: Script Writing 2, Film Production 2, or Film Editing 2

223JFLM204A
Instructor: Teresa Steppe, Thomas Stein, Aaron Smithson
Cost: $799
Dates: March 12-June 25
Days: Saturdays
Times: 9:30am-4:00pm
Sessions: 15
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM204A

Workshop 2 Pitch Session: March 5, Saturday 11am-3pm FDMC students only.
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM205A

Workshop 2 Premiere: June 30, Thursday 6:30-9:30pm
Open to the public.
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM206A

231JFLM204A
Instructor: Teresa Steppe, Thomas Stein Aaron Smithson
Cost: $799
Dates: July 23-October 29
Days: Saturdays
Times: 9:30am-4:00pm
Sessions: 15
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=231JFLM204A

Workshop 2 Pitch Session: July 16, Saturday 11am-3pm FDMC students only
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=231JFLM205A

Workshop 2 Premiere: November 5, Saturday 11am-3pm
Open to the public. https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=232JFLM206A

Voiceover Certificate Program

1st Cohort:  August 17, 2021-February 26, 2022

Sequence of Three Classes

Voiceover Production Fundamentals

Instructor: Kozmo Miller            
Cost: $699
Dates: January 15-February 26, 2022;
Time: Saturday 10am-1:30pm,
Campus: online

Voice recording involves more than simply capturing sound. Mic selection and placement, capture software, equalization and sweetening, background noise reduction, and proper ambience all assist in creating an “attention grabbing” voiceover recording.  Using subscription-based software and freeware, students will delve more deeply into the artistry of vocal recording. This course naturally feeds into skills already developed by Voiceover Fundamentals and Intermediate Voiceover students.  However, film editors and videographers who use voiceover, off-stage voices, wild-line recordings, and/or ADR will gain tips and techniques that aid their productions as well. 

For more information, please call Thomas Stein 678.466.5085 or Teresa Steppe 678.466.5094

email:  FilmAndDigitalMedia@clayton.edu

website: https://www.clayton.edu/film-and-digital-media


Voiceover Certification (3 courses)

Voiceover Fundamentals

Instructor: Vince Bailey

Understanding the voiceover business is more than reading aloud. This course, through weekly recording of “real” commercials, introduces students to proper vocal delivery and improved fluency. Students focus on effective microphone techniques and on selection of the right tool (microphone) for the job. Equally important, students discover how to promote their talents, to find jobs, and to negotiate fees. This course is part of the Voiceover Certificate program but can be taken independently.

223JFLM530A
Cost: $799
Dates: January 18-March 8
Days: Tuesdays
Time 6:00-9:45pm
Sessions: 8
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223JFLM530A

224JFLM530A
Dates: April 5-May 24
Days: Tuesdays
Time: 6:00-9:45pm
Campus: Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224JFLM530A

Voiceover Intermediate

Instructor: Kozmo Miller

Building on the foundation of Voiceover Fundamentals, this intermediate course focuses on the seven attitudes of voiceover delivery. In addition, this course increases recording time to develop a deeper understanding of the various genres of voiceover. Discussions and exercises emphasize proper etiquette for soliciting agents and private clients, audition prep, and copy analysis. Students also develop their own marketing plans and branding packages: developing a rate sheet, building a website (logo, theme colors, and slogans), and shopping for gear in order to prepare of the competitive voiceover market. This course is part of the Voiceover Certificate Program but can be taken independently. Prerequisite: Voiceover Fundamentals or instructor permission.

223OLFM531A
Cost: $799
Dates: March 19-May 14
Days: Saturdays
Time: 10am-1:45pm
Sessions: 8
Medium: Online
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=223OLFM531A

224OLFM531A
Dates: June 4-July 30
Days: Saturdays
Time: 10am-1:45pm
Medium: Online
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224OLFM531A

Voiceover Production Fundamentals

Instructor: Kozmo Miller

Voice recording involves more than simply capturing sound. Mic selection and placement, capture software, equalization and sweetening, background noise reduction, and proper ambience all assist in creating an “attention grabbing” voice-over recording. Using subscription-based software and freeware, students will delve more deeply into the artistry of vocal recording. This course naturally feeds into skills already developed by Voiceover Fundamentals and Intermediate Voiceover students. However, film editors and videographers who use voice over, off stage voices, wild-line recordings, and/or ADR will gain tips and techniques that aid their productions as well. This course is part of the Voiceover Certificate Program but can be taken independently.

224OLFM532A
Cost: $699
Dates: May 31-July 19
Days: Tuesdays
Time: 6:00-9:45pm
Sessions: 8
Medium: Online
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=224OLFM532A

231OLFM532A
Dates: August 2-September 20
Days: Tuesdays
Time: 6-9:45pm
Medium: Online
https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=231OLFM532A

Film and Digital Media Film Certificate Courses Summer/Fall 2022

The Film and Digital Media Center offers an integrated curriculum wherein students pursue creative work in video and digital media. FDMC currently offers three tracks: script writing, film production and film editing. The tracks are leveled and come together for two cumulative workshops.  Students enrolled in FDMC’s certificate program receive training in studio operations, script writing, camera and sound, Adobe Creative Suite’s PremierePro, basic accounting, legal and insurance requirements, etc. Students, more importantly, gain hands-on experience through their course work and the crafting of at least two short films.  These films become their calling cards for the industry.  

FDMC now accepts WIOA funding for film certification courses.

Please be advised that all students enrolling in courses designated “WIOA Approved” will be asked for additional information upon registering.

For more information, including multi-course tuition discounts, please contact FDMC.

Phone:  678.466.5085    Email: filmanddigitalmedia@clayton.edu.

 

Registration links for current FDMC courses can be found at: https://aceware.clayton.edu/wconnect/ace/ShowSchedule.awp?&Mode=GROUP&Group=:FULL&Title=All+Courses

 

Script Writing 1  

Good story telling is good story telling, no matter the medium.  Script Writing 1 covers the basic structures of storytelling for the many varieties of digital media:  fiction, non-fiction, video games, and commercial advertisements.  In- and out-of-class guided exercises—from formatting to story structure to character development and voice—enable students to develop and write a short script.

Instructor:  TBA

224JFLM101B | 14 Sessions | $399                              
Mon & Wed | 5/16-6/29 | 6:30-9:30pm                          
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro                                   

231JFLM101C | 14 Sessions | $399
Mon & Wed | 9/12-10/26 | 6:30-9:30pm
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

 

Film Production 1  

This course covers the technical and craft skills required to create a short media project. Students develop practical production skills and crew etiquette through “real-world” assignments, lensing interior and exterior location scenes in and around the Lucy Huie Studio.  Students also focus on balancing their technical knowledge with their artistic vision to create an impact.  Discussions with hands-on homework assignments reinforce best practices for sanitation and safety in film production.

Instructor:  Teresa Steppe

224JFLM102B | 7 Sessions | $399                                 
Saturday | 5/14-6/25 | 9:30am-4:00pm                             
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro                                   

231JFLM102C | 7 Sessions | $399
Saturday | 9/17-10/29 | 9:30am-4:00pm
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

 

Film Editing 1  

This course covers the workflow and the division of labor needed for an efficient post-production team. Students’ use of PremierePro will cover:  technical preparation of dailies; basics of picture editing for story structure; design, creation, and building of effective sound tracks; selection and editing of music; and final mastering to industry-standard delivery needs.  Students work within realistic but tight schedules to finish editing exercises by “drop-dead” delivery dates for all “master” delivery materials.

Instructor:  TBA

224JFLM103B | 14 Sessions | $ 399                              
Tue & Thurs| 5/17-6/30 | 6:30-9:30pm                             
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro                                   

231JFLM103C | 14 Sessions | $ 399
Tue & Thurs| 9/13-10/27 | 6:30-9:30pm
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

 

Film Workshop 1  

This course continues the work of all level one courses. Using their writing, production and editing skills, students work together to produce a short media project from concept to completion. Students also collect materials to build electronic press kits (EPKs) along with other marketing materials to promote themselves and their films for their premiere screening.  Registration link will be sent to all eligible students.

Prerequisites:  Script Writing 1, Film Production 1 or Film Editing 1. 

Instructor:  TBA

224JFLM104A | 7 Sessions | $399                                 
Saturday | 5/14-6/25 | 9:30am-4pm                                  
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro                                   

231JFLM104B | 7 Sessions | $399                                 
Saturday | 7/9-8/20 | 9:30am-4pm
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

232JFLM104C |  14 Sessions | $399
M/Th | 11/3-12/15 | 9:30am-4pm
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro
additional classes:  12/4 & 12/5 for filming

 

Script Writing 2  

This course expands students’ writing experiences in short media projects by exploring story needs and audience demands.  In addition, students have the opportunity to write and workshop a longer script (20-28 pages).  Class discussions center around not only script table-reads but also practicalities of auditioning and directing actors.  As well, students begin production documentation for their scripts in advance of filming. Finally, students pitch their scripts to a panel of industry judges who endorse scripts for production in Workshop 2.  Registration link will be sent to all eligible students

Prerequisites:  Script Writing 1 or permission of instructor for stand-alone course.

Instructor:  TBA

231JFLM201A | 14 Sessions | $399                               
Mon & Wed | 7/11-8/24 | 6:30-9:30pm                            
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro                                   

231JFLM201B | 14 Sessions | $399
Mon & Wed | 9/7-10/24 | 6:30-9:30pm 
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

 

Film Production 2 

This intermediate production course centers students on the comprehensive pre-production and production demands of lensing three on-location scenes for a media project. Students also focus on securing the appropriate permissions and preparing for company moves.  They build a location base camp for production and find solutions for last minute in-the-field challenges.  Students are not required to edit their scenes into a finished project, but they do submit complete film dailies for all scene assignments.  Discussions and exercises emphasize adequate actor and crew preparation.  Registration link will be sent to all eligible students.

Prerequisites:  Film Production 1 or permission of instructor for stand-alone course 

Instructor:  TBA

231JFLM202A | 7 Sessions | $399                                 
Saturday | 7/9-8/20 | 9:30am-4:00pm                               
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

231JFLM202B | 7 Sessions | $399                                 
Saturday | 9/10-10/22 | 9:30am-4:00pm
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

 

Film Editing 2  

This course focuses on the proper workflows that govern high-resolution camera formats (codecs). Given raw footage, students learn how to use low-resolution proxies for first and second cuts of a media project before creating the “locked cut” used for mastering high-resolution files for final color correction and rendering. Students also build soundtracks, preparing audio elements for sound mixes but keeping music and effects tracks separate from dialogue tracks as needed for “master” delivery requirements.  Finally, students learn to use footage created in principal photography for the completion of visual effects and title sequences. Registration link will be sent to all eligible students.

Prerequisites:  Film Editing 1 or by special exception from the instructor

Instructor:  TBA

231JFLM203A | 14 Sessions| $399                                
Tues & Thurs | 7/12-8/25 | 6:30-9:30pm                          
CSU, Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro                                  

231JFLM203B | 14 Sessions| $399
Tues & Thurs | 9/6-10/20 | 6:30-9:30pm 
CSU, Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

 

Workshop 2 

This capstone course for all tracks allows students to act as independent film production companies.  From acquisition of a shooting script, to budget planning and crowd funding; from actor auditions to crew and cast rehearsals; from technical pre-production to lensing; from rough cut to master delivery—students experience the trials and triumphs of making their film, culminating in a public premiere screening.  Registration link will be sent to all eligible students.

Prerequisites:  Script Writing 2, Film Production 2, or Film Editing 2

Instructor:  TBA

231JFLM204A | 15 Sessions | $ 799                              
Sat | 9/3-12/17 | 9:30am-4pm                                          
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro                                   

232JFLM204B | 15 Sessions | $ 799
Sat | 11/5-3/4/2023 | 9:30am-4pm
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

Film and Digital Media:  Voiceover Certification Program

Voiceover Fundamentals      (1st course in Voiceover Certificate Program)

Understanding the voiceover business is more than reading aloud.  This course, through weekly recording of “real” commercials, introduces students to proper vocal delivery and improved fluency. Students focus on effective microphone techniques and on selection of the right tool (microphone) for the job.  Equally important, students discover how to promote their talents, to find jobs, and to negotiate fees. 

Instructor:  Kozmo Miller

224JFLM530B | 8 Sessions | $799                           
Tuesday | 6/14-8/2 | 6-9:45pm                                   
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro                               

232JFLM530A | 8 Sessions | $799
Tuesday | 10/4-11/22 | 6-9:45pm
CSU Lucy Huie Hall, Jonesboro

 

Voiceover Intermediate      (2nd course in Voiceover Certificate Program)

Building on the foundation of Voiceover Fundamentals, this intermediate course focuses on the seven attitudes of voiceover delivery.  In addition, this course increases recording time to develop a deeper understanding of the various genres of voiceover.  Discussions and exercises emphasize proper etiquette for soliciting agents and private clients, audition prep, and copy analysis.  Students also develop their own marketing plans and branding packages: developing a rate sheet, building a website (logo, theme colors, and slogans), and shopping for gear in order to prepare of the competitive voiceover market.

Instructor:  Kozmo Miller

224OLFM531A | 8 Sessions | $799              
Saturday | 6/4-7/30 |10am-1:45pm | Online         

232OLFM531A | 8 Sessions | $799
Saturday | 10/1-11/19 | 10am-1:45pm | Online

 

Voiceover Production Fundamentals     (3rd course in Voiceover Certificate Program)  

Voice recording involves more than simply capturing sound. Mic selection and placement, capture software, equalization and sweetening, background noise reduction, and proper ambience all assist in creating an “attention grabbing” voiceover recording.  Using subscription-based software and freeware, students will delve more deeply into the artistry of vocal recording. This course naturally feeds into skills already developed by Voiceover Fundamentals and Intermediate Voiceover students.  However, film editors and videographers who use voiceover, off-stage voices, wild-line recordings, and/or ADR will gain tips and techniques that aid their productions as well. 

Instructor:  TBD

224OLFM532A   | 8 Sessions | $799
Wednesday | 6/1-7/20 | 6-9:45pm | Online

231OLFM532A | 8 Sessions | $799
Tuesday | 8/9-9/27 | 6-9:45pm | Online