Saturday, March 19, 2011

Students Create Audio from Hollywood Films

In this semester's Audio for Video class, Audio Production students have been working hard on a project that requires them to completely replace the audio track of popular movies.  This project has revealed how sound plays such an essential role in setting the tone of a scene and bringing the viewer into that world.  The students did everything from finding appropriate background music, to using creative sounds and audio effects.  The results were very impressive!

Here's a clip from Wall-E with sound replacement designed by Jake Killoran and Brad Martin:

Here's another great clip with sound created by Carrie Aus and Jordan Lindgren:

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