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DMA346-F06 Syllabus - (Fall Semester 2006 Digital Media...

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DMA 346 (Fall Semester 2006) OFFICE HOURS Digital Media Production Workshop ( Wed 11:30 – 12:45) After Class or by Appt. Instructor: Jody Mahler [email protected] LCH A211 (310) 243-3665 COURSE OBJECTIVE : To provide students with actual experience in audio post production and sound design on DMA television production projects such as short movie features and public service announcements. The basic goal of the course is for students within a particular degree option or specialty in DMA to supply their expertise on a collaborative project such as Audio Recording students performing ADR, foley, and sfx; or Music Technology students composing original music scores, lifts, and background tracks for DMA-TV projects. This more accurately represents the collaborative nature of professional work in the digital media industry by teaching students how to work cohesively and effectively on a client's project. PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT : One of the most important qualities for a DMA student to possess is the ability to work effectively as a team member and to meet project deadlines throughout the course. In the media industry, this process is called, “Project Management” . DMA-TV students who serve as the producers of the projects must present clearly defined production needs, time code hit lists, project documents, milestone deadlines, and all related digital assets to the Audio Recording and Music Technology students who are assigned to work on their projects. In this manner, the process of distributing project assets from one production department to another more closely simulates industry standard practices. MODE OF OPERATION : The instructor will assign each student in the class to a particular project, or multiple projects, based upon the post production needs of the semester’s television projects. Once assigned to a project, each student along with his or her project group will meet with the instructor at a set time each week for a 15-20 minute conference. Since the weekly conference is the only time that students can consult with the instructor as a group, punctual attendance at every conference is required in order for the student to receive a 100% Attendance Score for the course .
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