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This subject offers students to improve their knowledge in the field of sound design applied to audiovisual works by developing a critical sense and acquiring sensitivity to sound. It reinforces the tools necessary to be able to analyse, record, manipulate, edit, design and post-produce a specific sound or musical passage adapted to a pre-planned format.

Learning outcomes:

  • Pre-production of sound, sound scripts. 
  • Planning of production, production.
  • Study of acoustics.
  • Techniques of positioning in shootings. 
  • Techniques of Foley.
  • Post-production, edition and cleaning.
  • Techniques of dubbing. 
  • Methodologies of effects.
  • Exportation and master.
  • Formats.