Hi, I'm new.

welcome, that all depends on what you want to do?

do you want to just record, or just write, or just light? etc...

in a general broad range id say first things first go on youtube and look at all the tutorials.

also look on google for Philip Bloom

watch his stuff and you should have a good idea about things.
 
welcome, that all depends on what you want to do?

do you want to just record, or just write, or just light? etc...

in a general broad range id say first things first go on youtube and look at all the tutorials.

also look on google for Philip Bloom

watch his stuff and you should have a good idea about things.

As far as what I want to do, I want to make short films. I want to light it, write it, record it and all of it :)
 
Welcome Grasshopper!
I'm one of the audio guys here.
Always remember:


Your project will only look as good as it sounds, because
"Sound is half of the experience"


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCyJRXvPNRo​

"Old man, how is it that you hear these things?"
"Young man, how is it that you do not?"
 
Ha ha, well my brother will be able to help me with that being as he is a sound technician :P

As I mentioned in another post, music engineering and sound-for-picture are VERY different. I was a music recording engineer before migrating to audio post, and it requires a very radical change in your thinking.

Another aspect is that YOU need to think about sound; maybe not the technical side if you have help there, but you need to consider all of the sonic attributes of your project. What does the world in which the characters live sound like? What do they hear and how does it affect them? If a specific sound is important to the plot/story you need to PLAN for it and shoot to accommodate it.

Your project will only look as good as it sounds, because
"Sound is half of the experience"​
 
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