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Wildeye (International School of Wildlife Film-making)

Friday, 9th June 2017 – Monday, 12th June 2017


International School of Wildlife Film-making

2017 Sound Recording Course Dates

We're pleased to announce the following sound recording courses for 2017 with Chris Watson and Jez riley French. These always book up fast so make your choices and go for it! Note that there will also be an overseas sound recording trip with Chris and Jez in spring 2017 - details to be announced soon ...

Sound Recording in Northumberland 9-12 June 2017
This long weekend field meeting is an opportunity to practice and develop sound recording skills in the company of Chris Watson in his home patch of Northumberland. Audio specialist and artist Jez riley French will also be present throughout to share his experience, particularly with the use of extended field recording techniques including the use of non-conventional equipment such as hydrophones and contact microphones.
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Introduction to Wildlife Sound Recording - our ever-popular weekends in Norfolk, UK: 3-5 November 2017 and 1-3 December 2017
This two-day course aims to teach you the skills necessary to produce superb field recordings and give you hands-on experience with some of the latest equipment. The course is suitable for wildlife film-makers, sound recordists, radio producers, audio artists, musicians and video game designers, both professional and amateur. It is taught by Chris Watson, one of the world’s top wildlife sound specialists who regularly works for the BBC, and assisted by audio specialist Jez riley French.

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Audio Post Production - places available 16-18 December 2016

This two-day course explores techniques of editing audio files on a computer and mixing soundtracks. Through demonstration and working on practical tasks you will learn how to create, edit, manipulate and improve sound recordings, and also how they can be effectively combined and mixed together to produce a soundtrack. This could be for a television or radio programme, for installations, movies, video games, CD/audio-file releases or for your own enjoyment. The course includes the creation and production of Foley sound and sound effects, how to record the perfect voice over/narration, and covers the growing area of multi-channel mixing.

The course is taught by Pip Norton, a highly experienced re-recording mixer and post production specialist, and Chris Watson, one of the world’s top wildlife sound specialists who regularly works for the BBC.

Costs: £395 per person. This includes tuition, accommodation, and meals
Dates: 16-18 December 2016

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