A Sound Engineer is a person who understands the importance of the sound track, which works in conjunction with the visual image. Sound and picture share a symbiotic relationship and the result is pure magic-The magic of Cinema.The department looks at sound as a narrative device in cinema. To foster an organic aural imaging culture in the contemporary film practice, students are immersed in various streams of audio techniques, from on-location recording, studio recording, dubbing, track laying &designing to finally mixing for particular outputs.At Diploma level, students explore the fundamentals of audio and production. Along with building outstanding technical capability, students acquire a strong foundation in the use of a digital audio workstation, an analogue console and operation of live sound equipment. They begin to develop and apply practical skills relating to microphones, mixing consoles, recording and signal processors. Studio subjects involve an introduction to software based recording systems with an emphasis on editing, arranging and mixing.
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