A reason to hate the sound of a bus in the early morning

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This post is part of a series called One Year in Sound by sound designer Carlo Ascrizzi.

You will be astonished about your editorial skills improvements after the Term 3 Post Editing course in BGs, SFX and SPFX. In workshop style classes you will edit BGs for several film scenes building up a more complexed and solid workflow. In the SFX classes instead you’ll deal with a bus engine editing for a movie.

It’s going to be pretty hard! You are going to cut your sounds for that damned bus passing by or approaching, starting and stopping. Its engine, rumbles, rattles, and so on… after that experience you don’t want to get any bus in your real life anymore… 🙁

Also for this course you have in-class assignments for each day of class before to keep working on your harder final assignments. In all the classes you have chance to see your work reviewed by the teacher in front of the whole class. It helps a lot!

As usual for this course you still keep reinforcing your skills in deliverability and troubleshooting. The teacher will give you very detailed feedback, in a private meeting this time.

Carlo Ascrizzi

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Freelance sound design and music artist Carlo Ascrizzi creates original sonic contents for film, animations, multimedia and beyond. From brand commissions to experimental collaborations, his work has reached international multimedia arts festivals, film award nominations and digital arts magazines. An all-round creative, tireless traveller, Carlo is also the author of SounDesign's beloved series One Year In Sound.

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