March 17, 2015, 8:15 - 9:30 AM
Chisrtopher Clark will speak about what steps filmmakers can take to prepare for sound post and to get
the best sound possible while working within a variety of budget levels.
An audience can be unforgiving if the sound is difficult to hear or muddled. This is an excellent opportunity for actors and crew to understand how to maximize the contribution of sound to the film, and the performance.
Christopher Clark is the head sound designer and re-recording mixer at RootChord Sound, a small sound post studio located in Vancouver, BC. He graduated from Capilano University and Pacific AV's audio production program, working in music production and film composition before moving full-time in audio post. Christopher has had the pleasure of working in some of Vancouver's best post houses, and after recently setting up his own studio (RootChord Sound), Christopher has already worked on several features, short films, web series, and corporate/commercial projects.
William F. White Networking Breakfast's are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month.
Time: 8:15 am - 9:30 am
Location: Grind & Gallery Coffee Bar
4124 Main St, Vancouver, BC
Host: Deb Sears
Coffee and muffins available for purchase.
Free for WIFTV members - $10.00 for non-member
No pre-registration is necessary. Everyone is welcome!