Introduction to Video Sound Design with Scott Hirsch
Learn about the history of video sound design, and explore the workflow, development, and elements of a successful soundtrack.
2h 18m • COURSE
Audio for Video: 1 Getting Started with Jeff Jacoby
Jeff Jacoby, an audio specialist and professor of audio at San Francisco State University, shows how to plan a shoot with sound in mind, choose microphones, and deal with camera settings and audio hardware to capture the best results.
35m 41s • COURSE
Audio for Video: 2 Tips & Techniques with Jeff Jacoby
Instructor and audio specialist, Jeff Jacoby, will show members important concepts, equipment, tips, and tricks for capturing great audio on their next shoot.
28m 24s • COURSE
Audio for Video: 3 Real World Solutions with Jeff Jacoby
Audio specialist Jeff Jacoby shares his solutions for challenging real-world audio issues, such as getting good audio from long shots and multiple actors and dealing with background noise.
23m 57s • COURSE
Video Gear: Audio with Richard Harrington
Don't neglect audio when you invest in video gear. Learn about adapters, wireless mics, accessories, and portable solutions for recording audio for video production.
1h 53m • COURSE
Audio for Video: Production and Post Sound Techniques with Scott Hirsch
Get the sound editing secrets of video professionals. Learn how to clean up, sculpt, and finesse your sound design in Adobe Audition and Premiere Pro.
3h 8m • COURSE
You'll learn audio production skills with these experts.
NYU professor Scott Hirsch is a sound designer, an editor for film and video, and an audio engineer.
Scott Hirsch is a sound designer, an editor and mixer for film and video, a musician, and an audio engineer. Scott's straightforward approach to teaching professional audio concepts, including applications such as Pro Tools, Logic Pro, and Reason, has brought indispensable knowledge and boundless creativity to his students. As a sound designer, editor, and mixer for film and video, his selected credits include sound design for the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival special jury mention, Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, and director Jonathan Caouette's short All Flowers in Time. He was the sound effects editor on the 2012 feature The Comedy, Sundance 2011 and IFC feature Septien, and Outfest 2013 outstanding screenwriting and best dramatic feature winner, Test. Scott was the supervising sound editor and re-recording mixer on Cannes Film Festival 2012 and SXSW best short winner The Chair, Seattle Film Festival short film winner Mobile Homes, and cult favorite Plagues & Pleasures of the Salton Sea, as well as countless other narrative films and documentaries. Musically, he engineers and plays multiple instruments with the bands Hiss Golden Messenger, Family Band, and his own project Dunedin Dunedin. Scott received his master's degree in music technology from New York University, where he concentrated his studies on 3D and spatial audio. He is an adjunct professor at NYU's Music Technology department and at Stephen F. Austin State University's Sound Recording Technology program. Scott is the coauthor of the Wiley/Sybex book Pro Tools® 7 Session Secrets: Professional Recipes for High-Octane Results.
Jeff has been practicing sound and radio arts, directing, producing, writing, and performing for four decades.
Jeff is a LinkedIn Learning author, founded Living Sound Productions in 1980, and has worked at Quinnipiac University, Real Art Ways, the Media Arts Center, and the National Radio Project. He now happily serves as professor of Sonic and Media Arts in the department of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts at San Francisco State University. Current projects include: Into Sonic Space (sound art installations and performances), The Traveling Radio Show (creative radio program and podcast), The Professor Noize Experience podcast, and collaborations with artists working in a variety of mediums. Jacoby has been recognized for his work with an Emmy award and two Emmy nominations, two Crystal Radios, five Broadcast Education Association Awards, and two Ciné Golden Eagles, among other honors. His work has been heard on PBS, NPR, and other venues, including art festivals such as South by Southwest, Black Maria, Festival du Cinéma de Paris, and ASIFA East, and in galleries across the country. Jeff lives in San Francisco with the brilliant visual artist (and Linkedin Learning author) Sharon Steuer. For more information about Jeff visit www.jeffjacoby.net and his LinkedIn page, and follow him on Twitter @professornoize.
Rich Harrington is a digital video expert, educator, speaker, and author.
As a digital video expert and trained business professional, Rich Harrington understands both the creative and management sides of the visual communications industry. He is the founder of the visual communications company RHED Pixel in Washington, DC. He is a certified instructor for Adobe and Apple and a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Instructor Dream Team. Rich is a popular speaker on the digital video circuit and has served as program manager for conferences hosted by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB). He has also written several books for the video industry, including An Editor's Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro, From Still to Motion, and Photoshop for Video. To explore more resources for media professionals and to watch Rich's many podcasts, visit RichardHarrington.com.