THE AUDIO TRACK
After a year of introductory classes, students learn audio recording and post-production. Under the instruction of professionals, they practice sound recording, boom operation, sound editing, and mixing for film and television. They are also introduced to music recording.
The school features professional equipment including Schoeps microphones and Cantar, Nagra, and Sound Devices recorders. CinéFabrique also owns professional post-production equipment and software (Pro Tools, Avid), 18 individual editing suites, 4 dubbing stages, and a screening room.
Instruction places a strong emphasis on extensive hands-on practice and experimentation supplemented by theory and technical lessons.
Students are taught by professionals from all audio fields and specialities. Lessons emphasise the artistic approach and developing a personal style for achieving a director’s intentions.
In third-year sandwich courses, students explore the workplace by working in audio recording and post-production at different companies, with time spent shooting, editing audio, mixing, and working at technical services companies. Students also continue their coursework, building on lessons learned in the second year and in the workplace.
Jean Louis Rioual
Jean Paul Mugel
Jean Pierre Duret
Olivier Le Vacon