WFTV Event: The Sound Process Explained by Emma Butt
Thursday 24 October 2019 | 18:30 – 20:30
St Anne’s Church | 55 Dean Street | W1D 6AF London | United Kingdom
Sound accounts for 50% of your film or show and bad sound is always noticed. So how can you make sure that from set right through to post, you are ensuring your project can sound as good as possible?
This talk will take a look at all stages of the sound process and give helpful tips and tricks on how to make your project sound it’s best. We will look at all the roles involved in a sound team, what they do and how they can help, especially when budget constraints are an issue. This talk is suitable for everyone from production managers, producers and directors through to editors, and hopes to help give useful advice on making your workflow between the different departments smoother.
Emma Butt is a Freelance Dubbing Mixer, Sound Editor and ADR recordist.
She has over 12 years experience in post production sound on a variety of projects from mixing and sound editing drama, documentaries, entertainment shows and animations to ADR recording for dramas and feature films.
In her spare time she is a mentor with the Media Trust, she is on the council of the Association of Motion Picture Sound Engineers and is a regular contributor to online website “Pro Tools Expert”.She has been nominated for an IFTA for “Best Sound” in 2015 for documentary ‘My Fathers War’ and in 2012 for animated series ”Punky’ and received a certificate of merit from The Emmys for her ADR work on Game of Thrones season 5.
This event is for WFTV members only. If you are not a member and would like to join, membership costs just £100 + VAT/yr, please click here or email email@example.com