Advanced Technology and Methods of Film Sound 1
Name of lecturer(s)
Jan ČENĚK, Viktor EKRT, Marek HART, Pavel REJHOLEC
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course aim is to iacquaint students with contemporary issues of multi-channel final sound mixing of a feature-length film.
This course is linked to the course Sound Design in feature film and TV.
Mode of study
Contact instruction. Presentation of instructors experience in theory and practice. Discussion.
The presentation focus on multi-channel final mixing of a feature-length film sound.
The presentation is supplemented with occasional training practice in mixing in the Soundsquare and Studio Virtual studios.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Completion of „Sound Design in a Feature Film and TV“ and all Sound Design Dept. study courses in the bachelor's study.
Active approach to instruction, regular attendance.
The presentation is focused particularly on the final mixing of the sound element of a feature film, creating the sound composition in the original intentions. The course continues „Sound Design for Feature Film and TV.“
- Mixing theory for a feature film
- The classic manner of mono and multi-channel Dolby mixing in analog technology
- Mixing on DAW
- Difference between the Mix-controller and the Mix-console
- Mixing a film in multi-channel analog format (Dolby)
- Mixing a film in multi-channel digital format 5.1 (Dolby Digital)
- Mastering the final mix on MOD Dolby
- International sound bands. (IT, FX+M, MP)
- Digital Cinema and sound.
Recommended or required reading
Assessment methods and criteria
Credit is awarded for 90% attendance of all class hours, aktive approach to instruction, regular attendance and completion of the final interview.
Schedule for winter semester 2019/2020:
Room No. 323
|Date||Day||Time||Tutor||Location||Notes||No. of paralel|
|Mon||12:20–13:55||Jan ČENĚK||Room No. 323
Schedule for summer semester 2019/2020:
The schedule has not yet been prepared