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Hello,

 

Total newbie here... I'm trying to find some q u a l i t y workshop type training regarding all aspects of sound and engineering. There's thousands of site of course on the web but most look pretty lame.

 

Any advice and info as to where to start would be greatly appreciated.

 

best,

steve

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Hello,

 

Total newbie here... I'm trying to find some q u a l i t y workshop type training regarding all aspects of sound and engineering. There's thousands of site of course on the web but most look pretty lame.

 

Any advice and info as to where to start would be greatly appreciated.

 

best,

steve

 

Hi, Steve!

 

If you haven't already, I suggest that you check out RAMPS for more information and advice:

 

 

http://www.coffeyinteractive.com/phpbb2/ramps.php - RAMPS, Sound Newsgroup

 

http://www.coffeyinteractive.com/phpbb2/index.php - Sound Forum

http://audio.tutsplus.com/mixing-mastering...essional-sound- How to Process for an Amazing Professional Sound

 

 

There is also an entire Section (Three Chapters) about the Sound Department in the book "What I Really Want to Do: On Set in Hollywood" (link below) for more concise information about life in the Sound Department.

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Hello Steve,

 

I would like to recommend http://filmsound.org/

 

This website which has lots of great articles about Sound Design. You will find articles by some of the greatest artists like Walter Murch. There will be many references that could take you a step further.

 

I hope this works for you.

 

Best,

 

Anuar José M.

Film Director

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HI!!

I am completely new to the world of Camera and don't have any idea about recording of sound and video.

I need help from you people regarding where will I get a complete guide relating to video and audio.

Thanks in advance.

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RAMPS is great, but do more reading in there, not posting. It is not the place to ask beginner questions. That forum is populated by serious pros and they can be cranky. You would be better to ask beginner type questions at forums like www.dv.com and www.dvinfo.net.

 

Best thing to do is buy Jay Rose's book (he's a moderator at www.dv.com), "Producing Great Sound for Film and Video," it is the bible.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Producing-Great-Soun...4152&sr=8-1

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