[PAST EVENT] Advanced Audio Production, with Ted Hogeman ‘09
Access & Features
- Open to the public
So you want to know more about the sound department? There’s a saying that sound is half of the picture, but is often regarded as a mysterious and oft misunderstood part of production. In this workshop, we’ll demystify some of the more arcane aspects of the sound department: looking at sound in the context of various sizes of production, getting hands-on with wireless microphones and how to place them on subjects, learning about professional recorders and their features, an introduction to timecode to help keep everything synced together, and how to troubleshoot common issues when things inevitably go sideways.
ABOUT TED HOGEMAN ‘09
Ted Hogeman is a freelance production sound mixer based near Washington DC. He’s worked on a variety of documentaries (including HBO’s We Are Not Done Yet), corporate videos, a smidge of reality television, and the occasional narrative sort and feature film. He got his start in media production at William & Mary’s Charles Reeder Media Center, and is a frequent contributor and team leader to various 24 hour and 48 hour film projects.
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