You can use sound to tell stories in different ways - whether that's a soundtrack, a character's voice or sound effects for a radio drama.
A recent Producersâ€™ Forum session at the BBC studio used by The Archers and Home Front saw a lively debate about the range of skills required in sound production.
BBC Academy director Joe Godwin spoke to Neil Hillman, an award-winning sound designer and editor, Marc Silk, a voice over artist for cartoons, video games and films, and Alice Truman, a soundtrack composer in film, radio and TV.
In this podcast you will learn:
- how a sound designer creates a film soundtrack
- whether to use a boom mic or radio mic to record on location
- how a voice over artist creates characters
- how a soundtrack composer works within a film production
- how to turn an ironing board into a farm gate
Archers editor Huw Kennair-Jones and Home Front editor Jessica Dromgoole meanwhile explain how they use props in their recordings.
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