photo caption: 4th Cycle students learning the basics of synchronization with instructor/engineer Jeff Harris
Synchronization is one of those things that doesn’t get a lot of notice, until it goes wrong. Conservatory students start early in the 4th Cycle learning the basics of how to make digital and analog platforms run together without a hitch. Later in the program, students set up and operate a complete post production system synchronizing Pro Tools, a Doremi Labs V1 video playback unit and TASCAM dubber. The post classes give students experience in how to record sound effects, dialog, music and then finally mix their production.