Silent Film Series: Sound Design

Part 4 of the “Silent Film Series”!
Dates: April 11, 18, & 25 (3 sessions)
Times: 5:00 – 7:30 pm
Ages: High School
Level: All Levels
Tuition for Sound Design: $75
Location: The Loft: 313 2nd St. SE, Suite 112
Our film is silent…for now. In Part Four of the “Silent Film” workshop, you’ll use professional audio equipment to design the film’s sound from scratch. Take a silent film and create your own soundscape with foley work, scoring and dubbing.
Abel Okugawa specializes in creating cinematic sound for TV, Film & Interactive projects.
Inventing audio worlds for motion graphics, CGI, Live-Action, Documentary and Adventure Films, Abel Okugawa has put sound to picture for clients such as Boyd Tinsley, The North Face, The Monroe Institute, Big Up Productions, Sender Films, NBC, YouTube, Vimeo, Camp 4 Collective, Regime Change Music, Filament Productions, Zac Brown Band.
Abel Okugawa brings his skills, research and experience in the fields of music composition, sonic design & construction, live production, engineering and programming to a wide range of projects including music and sound for video, interactive installations, product design, and sonic brand experiences.


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Want to register for all four parts of the “Silent Film Series”? You’ll receive a discount on the bundle!
All 4 parts for $200.

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Some financial aid available.  To apply, fill out an application!