Free Sound Design and Sound Editing Training

Free Sound Design and Sound Editing Training

If you’ve ever wondered what a sound designer, sound editor and sound re-recording mixer does on a feature film then these free resources should give you a solid idea of what’s involved.

In this free webinar with sound designer Tom Ozanich you can learn a lot about how he mixes the final sound on a feature film or game cinematic. Tom has worked on the sound post production for films like Jupiter Ascending, Ender’s Game, Prisoners, Kill Bill Vol.2, American Beauty and many more…

In this series of articles and videos Clinton Harn takes you through all of the essential gear and techniques you need to improve your sound recording abilities. In these two videos below, Clinton shares some tips on dialogue recording location sound in cars. Check out the full series of articles on the Zacuto site.

Dialogue Editing for Motion Pictures

In this excellent series of tutorials, dialogue editor John Purcell takes you through the essential aspects of being a dialogue editor for feature film work. He covers topics like getting organised, basic transitions, telephone splits, managing your time and noise reduction. If you’re after a book on dialogue editing you probably can’t do much better than John’s own book Dialogue Editing For Motion Pictures – check it out on Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk.

How To Be A Dialogue Editor

In this second set of lessons from John Purcell you can get a feel for the working life of a feature film dialogue editor and what it takes to do the job well. Excellent viewing if you’re interested in this aspect of post production! This series of videos was created The Sela Yaniv School.

About Jonny

Jonny Elwyn - A freelance film editor, living and working in London.
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3 Responses to Free Sound Design and Sound Editing Training

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  2. Stephen Lowe says:

    Where can I get train ing to become a dubbing mixer. I have been in the industry for over 30 years as a cinema projectionist. I have worked at Elstree Film studios, Shepperton Film studios, Ealing Film Studios, Bray Film Studios and various cinemas in London and the surrounding areas.

    • Jonny says:

      Hi Steve,
      Thanks for taking the time to comment. I’m not 100% sure where the best place to start would be? Probably getting in touch with audio-post houses on the studio lots or like De Lane Lea in Soho. Other than that, you might be able to get Skill Set funding for training? http://creativeskillset.org/

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