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Sound Design for TV, Film & Games

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    Introduction (4:55)


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    Importing Video into your DAW (4:57)


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    Creating Hit Point Markers (7:55)


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    Deciding on a Tempo (4:24)


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    Finding Sound Effects to Sync to the Video (10:25)


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    Sound Effects in Motion (5:48)


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    Using Whooshes & Time Stretching (10:13)


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    Risers & Build Up Sound Effects (10:36)


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    Finishing Off the Sound Effects (7:26)


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    Piano Melody & Chord Progression (2:45)


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    Writing the Chords with Strings & Choirs (10:22)


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    Building the Rhythm with Drums & Bass (10:04)


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    Adding More Epic Percussion (6:31)


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    Using Horns & Trombones for the Melody (5:54)


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    Adding Hybrid Synthetic Elements (5:37)


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    Creating the Intro with Swells & Reverses (10:26)


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    Creating Dynamics with the Mix (13:16)


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    Exporting Audio to Video (5:01)


In this Groove3 video tutorial series, sound design guru Gary Hiebner shows you what it takes to do sound design for TV, Film and Games!

Gary starts by welcoming you and gives an introduction to what sound design for media such as TV, Film & Games is, plus a demo of the song that will be created in the series.

Then, Gary starts at the beginning, showing you how to import video into your DAW, create hit pPoint markers, decide on a tempo, and how to find and sync sound effects to your video.

Gary now shows you how to use sound effects that sync with moving animated parts in a video, followed by how to use whoosh sound effects to sync up with elements in a video, and how you can use time stretching techniques for differentiation in the sounds.

You’ll then see how to use risers and build ups as sound effects, piano melody and chord progression creation, adding strings and choirs, building up the rhythm with drums and bass, adding percussion, horns, synths, swells and more!

Wrapping it up, Gary walks you through creating dynamics with the mix and exporting and imbedding your audio to video, so you can supply it to the client or production team.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you want to know what’s involved when doing sound design for different media and mediums, checkout “Sound Design for TV, Film & Games” today.


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Great series. Plenty of stuff...

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Gary Hiebner is a sound designer and music composer from South Africa who has worked in new media such as music and sound for TV and online games. He has worked through a multitude of different audio software, and through this found a passion for teaching how to use the different types of audio software that are available on the market. Gary is a firm believer that audio software has its place in the creative field and using them as tools you can get different results which you might not have ever imagined in your compositions and productions.

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    Creating Epic Cinematic Compositions

    Orchestral wiz Gary Hiebner shows you how to create an epic cinematic composition from scratch, which can be used for a film, game or TV soundtrack. You also get the Logic Pro X project file containing the associated MIDI files allowing you to experiment with your own virtual instruments, as well as the audio stems, so you can compare your sounds against Gary’s!

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    Creating Game Audio Explained

    In this Groove3 video tutorial series, sound design guru Gary Hiebner shows you what you need to know to get started on creating audio for the incredibly lucrative gaming industry.

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    Designing Cinematic Orchestral Templates

    In this Groove3 video series, DAW guru Gary Hiebner reveals the steps to take to build a powerful Orchestral Template that you can use time and time again, as a great starting point when creating cinematic orchestral type productions.

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    Editing Audio with Adobe Audition

    In this Groove3 video tutorial series, sound editing guru Gary Hiebner shows you what you need to know to edit audio with Adobe's powerful Audition audio editing software!

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    Sound Design for TV, Film & Games

    In this Groove3 video tutorial series, sound design guru Gary Hiebner shows you what it takes to do sound design for TV, Film and Games!

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Date published: 2018-05-04