Digital Media Production Workshop
(Wed 11:30 - 12:45)
TTH 12:00-1:00 PM
Dr. George Vinovich, Professor of Television/Film
To facilitate collaborative production experience on various projects in the DMA (Digital Media Arts)
curriculum such as television productions, music videos, web page authoring, interactive media, music compositions and recordings,
theatre performances, dance recitals, and animated/graphic arts productions.
The basic goal of the course is for students within a
particular specialty to supply their expertise on a collaborative project with students outside of their specialty.
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 instead of just their own personal projects.
Audio Recording Students
1) Digital Audio Editing
of pre-recorded music to loop or time-conform music to a video spot.
2) ADR (Automated Dialogue Replacement)
to re-record actors’ dialogue in studio to replace the dialogue recorded on a noisy
to create, record, or lock-up incidental sound effects to video such as footsteps, punching, kissing, door locks, horse
galloping, gunshots, etc.
Ambient/Wild Sound Track Loops
for video scenes that take place in a particular environment such as the beach, downtown,
forest, party, jungle, sports event, battle, snowstorm, driving car interior, airliner interior, etc.
Original Studio Recording
of a song for a band or an instrumental track for a music video, theatre performance, dance recital,
or graduation ceremony, etc.
Music Technology Students
1) Compose, Arrange, and MIDI Orchestrate Music Scores
for PSA spots, drama productions, documentary, or live theatre
performances and dance recitals.
2) Web Page Design