- Part 1 – Moving away from technical mastery
- How you can be your favorite director’s favorite sound designer
- What does Steve McQueen want from his sound designer? What does Lynne Ramsay want?
- Sound used in the service of emotional storytelling
- Examples from across Paul’s career
- Part 2 – Case studies, live demonstrations and best practices
- Case study looking at a sound design track lay
- Comparing an export from the editor with the final track lay
- Examining two scenes in-depth
- Live demonstration of Paul Davies’s sound design technique
- How relationships should work
- Between different departments
- With the composer
- Within the sound department
- Best practices for feature film sound design workflow
- Part 3 – Debriefing students’ assignments
- Listening exercise
- Sound effects exercise
- Part 4 – Learning from the past to become a more creative sound designer
- What no one ever told you about the history of film
- Why the industry resisted sound
- Why sound killed silent cinema (whereas TV did not kill radio)
- What we can learn from different eras, using example clips
- Silent films
- Early talkies
- Contemporary films
- How to practically apply everything to your own career
- What’s your next move?
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