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Register Now! "Production Sound Workshop" - Learn from an Emmy Winning Professional

<i>Back by popular demand!</i>

<b>Register Online Now for the "Production Sound Workshop" with Six-Time Emmy Award Recipient Richard H. Topham C.A.S.</b>

<i>Learn about real-world production techniques (including new HDSLR audio tips and tricks) from a six-time Emmy Award recipient and 30-year veteran in the motion picture industry.</i>

<b>Complete Workshop Program Details at:</b>

Production Sound Mixing is the complex craft of recording crisp and clean dialogue and sound effects on the set during film or video production.With experience in just about all aspects of sound and recording in productions and post-productions, Richard H. Topham C.A.S. has worked with many major films, televisions series, sitcoms, commercials and industrial videos. His clients include Paramount, Universal, Warner Brothers and all major networks, awarding him six Emmy Awards for sound recording. Rich is a member of Cinema Audio Society (CAS), Society of Motion Pictures Technicians and Engineers (SMPTE), Audio Engineering Society (AES) and National Technical Investigators’ Association (NATIA).

This continuing education workshop is for filmmakers and video makers of all levels who are interested in learning real-world applications and techniques related to production sound recording for film and video. The program is designed for Directors, Producers, and Sound Department Crew and Instructors who want to improve their skills, keep updated on tools of trade and take their productions to the next level.

<b>What You Will Learn:</b>

* Psychology of Production Sound Recording.
* What the Sound Mixer really hears.
* What the Camera Operator, Director and the rest of the world hears.
* Cocktail Party Effects.
* Digital Recorders.
* Sound for DSLR.
* Microphone Basics.
* Selection and Application of Microphones.
* Boom Operator Techniques.
* Practical Usage of Lavaliers and Wireless Mics. Including How-To Rig Lavaliers.
* Advanced Use of Plant Mics.
* Portable Mixers, including both ENG Mixers and Mixing Boards.
* Set Etiquette.

<b>When: Monday, November 8, 2010</b>
1123 Broadway, Suite #307, New York, NY 10010

1:00pm: Check-in; Networking & Coffee
1:30pm to 4:30pm: Production Sound Recording. Practices and Techniques.

Cost: $95.00.
Discounts: Students with ID receive 10% off.

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