Audio for Video / Sound Workshop

Emerging Filmmakers Project Duluth Workshop at UMD

NEW DATE: Wed Feb 24 in MMADlab and Media Hub (The workshop for Feb 3 is rescheduled due to the storm that impacted travel in our region. )

AUDIO for VIDEO Sound Workshop with Guest Presenter: JP Natysin, Minneapolis Audio Engineer
4pm to 8pm … TO BE SCHEDULED in Motion and Media Across Disciplines LAB (BoH 24)  University of Minnesota Duluth … Non-UMD participants can register through Fine Arts Academy   Please contact for details: sgpeters@d.umn.edu 218-726-7011

See facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/983113868400999/

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Emerging Filmmakers Project Duluth presents a sound workshop on the topic of AUDIO for VIDEO. The workshop will introduce the basics of sound recording and mixing for video production, tips on techniques, gear and best practices in the industry. The second half of the workshop will cover post-production audio work-flow, sound design and editing with Pro-Tools software. The workshop presenter is JP Natysin, a Pro Tools Certified audio engineer based in Minneapolis. Natysin began his career in radio, but in 2012 he shifted his focus to working on visual media as a production sound mixer and sound designer. Since this shift he has worked on nearly ten feature films, a dozen shorts, a handful of commercials and documentaries, and more talking head interviews than he can remember. In the summer of 2015, he was the head of the audio department for No Blood of Mine, a feature film that was shot in Duluth, MN. Most recently, he has been working as an ADR Engineer at Sparkhouse, an animation studio in Downtown Minneapolis.

A 2014 demo reel by JP shows some of his work:

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Searching for Music

Search for OpenSource, Creative Commons and Copyright Free music online:

Stonewashed has an index of the various sites sharing Creative Commons free to use music sources (check which licence applies to your piece of music)…

CCmixter has an excellent indexed method of finding music by genre and style…..

Jamendo Discover the 40992 albums available for free and legal download on jamendo….

Incompetech.com by Kevin MacLeod

The Internet Archive
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Copyright + Music for Projects

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