Record Great Sound with DSLR an Digital Cinema Cameras Demo at B and H - March 14, 2011
Join Manhattan Edit Workshop owner Josh Apter and the C47's Jem Schofield for an "Ears-on" demo of the best techniques for recording location sound with today's HD-DSLRs and compact digital cinema cameras (like Panasonic's new AF-100). Topics covered include mic selection and placement, mixing, booming, slating (analog and digital), external recorders, outboard field mixers and managing audio sync in post with new tools like Singular Software's DualEyes and PluralEyes.
With the right equipment and the right approach to this highly technical discipline, you can achieve high quality audio on projects shot on today's large sensor interchangeable DSLRs and compact digital cinema cameras.
Monday March 14, 2011 at 11am - 1pm. Register Here.
AfterJosh Aptergraduated from the University of Pennsylvania, he then attended NYU's Graduate Film Program, where his film,The 53rd Calypso, was honored with the Martin Scorsese Award for achievement in directing. The film, which stars Edward Norton, received numerous awards for directing,
editing, and cinematography at film festivals across the country. For his first feature,Kaaterskill Falls, Josh was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards - the John Cassavetes Award and Best Debut Performance. Kaaterskill Falls was also awarded the Critic's Jury Prize at the IFP/West Los Angeles film Festival. It screened on the Sundance Channel, and is available wherever DVD are sold, rented or streamed. Josh has served as editor on over eight feature films including The Holy Land (winner Slamdance FF/Cavu Pictures Distributor), Kaaterskill Falls and Barbecue is a Noun(Audience Award for best Documentary at the Rome International Film Festival and the River Run Film Festival).
In 2002, Josh founded Manhattan Edit Workshop, an Apple, Avid and Adobe Authorized training center offering a variety of classes in the art and technique of film editing. Josh is always developing, producing, directing and editing projects of all shapes and sizes. He is completing post-production on his second feature film, a love story about a small-time pot dealer titled,Dealing, and a documentary following five people as they traveled across the country to the inauguration of Barack Obama titled, Out of Many.
Jem Schofield is a producer, creative director and author who consults on and teaches production and post-production solutions throughout the country. His company, Buttons Productions, produces commercial video, print, motion graphics and DVD based projects. He is also the founder of theC47 and theC47.com, an online and offline resource for production based training, information and services.
Clients include Apple, Inc., Verizon, The New York Times, Vision Research, Manhattan Records, Abel Cine Tech, BlogTalkRadio and The Cooper Union.
Visit www.theC47.com for more information about Jem and his whereabouts.