Introduction to Location Sound for Film and Video
One of the best ways to add production value to your work is by making sure that you get great sound while you shoot. Although it seems like a complicated task, there are some simple things that you can do to get beautiful, present sound that professional productions are known for.
In this two-day workshop you’ll get an introduction to the CSIF’s new sound equipment and also learn some best practices when picking locations, how to boom, and the basics of wireless lavaliere microphone use.
This workshop is mandatory for any members interested in using CSIF's Sound Devices 633 Mixer/Recorder (unless proficiency can be proven otherwise).
Alex Mitchell is an award winning filmmaker with experience in every leg of production. Over the years he has been developing his style and technique through hard work, collaboration, and an education in film production and communications studies. Since graduation he pursued further education through master classes at Maine Media Collage, worked throughout the industry as a member of IATSE 212, and has been recognized for his work by the Alberta Motion Picture Industry Association. Alex is currently managing his career as a freelance film technician and independent filmmaker through his company, DCPi Film Services.