Episode Twenty-Five: Sounds Good

January 27, 2010 by cindy  
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Episode25_PhotoThe sound design on a film is more important than most people realize. Of course it’s not until you hear bad sound that you realize how important it is for it to be good. Craig Polding joins us to explain the different roles in the sound department and he also gives some good tips on preparing your production for good quality sound.

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Episode Twenty-Five Guests

Craig Polding- Sound Designer

Craig_PoldingCraig Polding grew up in Ohio where after graduating from high school he attended The University of Akron receiving his degree in English Literature. Craig had the opportunity to travel, backpacking through Europe for 2 months taking in the wonderful colors of the European culture. Craig has always had a love of music and sound and had played in several bands before discovering his true love of Sound Design through a musician friend. He quickly enrolled at Video Symphony in Burbank and studied the art of Sound Editing and Design. Craig has worked on short films, animation, documentaries and feature films as a freelance Sound Designer and Sound Editor as well as for several post audio facilities.

Jenna Edwards- Resident Producing Advisor

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For more information about Jenna see the About page or click here.

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2 Comments on "Episode Twenty-Five: Sounds Good"

  1. Dan McClure on Fri, 29th Jan 2010 8:02 pm 

    Sound design & editing has always been of particular interest to me. Being acutely aware of sounds in the environment along with music, and dialogue greatly impacts the feeling of an event. To be able to coordinate sound tracks with camera work and have it all come out in sync and with intended impact is quite a skill. Craig Polding definitely has the right stuff to accomplish this. I would be interested to know how long the program at Video Sympathy is to develop such a trade. Is the sound mixer on set for a movie similar to sound mixing for a concert? Once again I enjoyed listening to everyone on the show. Thanks also to Cindy for her sound affects & clarifying that the term”Dead Cat” is probably more appropriate than”muff” for certain sound filters. LOL

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