The School of Sound presents masterclasses

2007 / 04 / 22

Composer, Director and Producer David Lynch said that sound is 50%, 70%, sometimes even 100% of a scene. Probably such attitude was his way to win 4 Oscar and plenty of other awards.

The School of Sound understands that the best resuls can be reached if you are eager to lean new things. Therefore each year the School presents a stimulating and provocative series of masterclasses by practitioners, artists and academics on the creative use of sound and image.

Directors, sound designers, composers, editors and theorists work on the highest level of arts and media show us the soundtrack from unexpected perspectives. They reveal the methods, theories and creative thinking that lie behind the most effective uses of sound and music.

Titas attended a 4-day international programme, which took place from 18 to 21 April 2007 in London.

This year speakers included: Ray Beckettt, Michèle Bokanowski, Michel Chion, Steven Connor, Gustavo Costantini, Paz Encina, Heiner Goebbels, Alan Hall, Graham Hartstone, Ann Kroeber on Alan Splet, Lucrecia Martel, Piers Plowright, Imogen Stidworthy, Marina Warner, Jim Webb.


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