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Hone your sound editing skills with MTF webinar

Nothing spells engagement more than quality sound. Yet too often videographers overlook the audio aspect of visual content.

If you are just getting started or have been at the helm of video productions for a while, the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) is on a mission to help you get your audio bearings and master the craft of production.

Audio quality is arguably the most important element in video production and weighs more on the success of a video. Quality audio is as important as good quality footage is in keeping an audience engaged and when put to good use, language, sound effects, music and even silence can elevate a video dramatically. According to MultiChoice, the sound is an important component of filmmaking that helps to tell authentic African stories.

Quality sound helps deliver information, increases the production value, and evokes emotional responses while also placing emphasis on what is displayed. With bad audio, a message is unlikely to get across the audience.

If you are looking for ways to recording better quality sound when producing video content MTF will be hosting a webinar on Sound for Video Editing. The webinar takes place on Thursday, 30 April 2020 and is set to cater for all video editors and mix engineers.This will be the third session of a series of eight webinars to be hosted by the MTF in partnership with the Dolby Institute.

To attend the webinar registration can be done on the MultiChoice Talent Factory portal.

https://multichoicetalentfactory.com/

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