Level3 TV Studio Sound Operator

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Camera! Lights! Action! and not even a mention of sound 🙁

Imagine an interview or a chat show without sound.  Very boring.  Or imagine a programme where the sound was very faint or crackly – very frustrating.  That gives an idea of how important the sound operator is.  He (or indeed she) is a key member of the programme team.

Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

As with all our courses, this course has been designed with the varying levels of abilities in mind.  There are no logbooks or written examinations.  All of the learning is done by ‘seeing and doing’.  And then doing it again.  There is no time limit, each participant will progress according to his or her own abilities – it is very much tailored to the individual.  The full text of the course content is available below.

There are three units in the module:

  1. Health and Safety – learn how to use sound equipment is a safe manner
  2. Microphones, Cabling and Connections – learn about different types of microphones, when and how to use them and the various possibilities of cabling.
  3. Mic-Up the Talent – learn how to properly set up microphones so that the sound quality is of the proper standard within a community TV studio environment.L3 Community TV - Studio Production Sound Operative R01 WebLayout_Page_1

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