Sun., Sep. 06 | Online Workshop

The Fundamentals of Location Audio Workshop

Sign up and take part in a new virtual workshop with sound recording expert DAVID ROMAN. Free for Saskatchewan Filmpool members. $20 for non-members.
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The Fundamentals of Location Audio Workshop

Time & Location

Sep. 06, 2020, 2:00 p.m.
Online Workshop

About the Event

Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative presents a virtual workshop with multi-faceted audio expert David Roman.

Date & Time: Sept. 6th, 2:00 PM


On Sunday, September 6th, take part in a new virtual workshop with sound recording expert DAVID ROMAN. Free for Saskatchewan Filmpool members. $20 for non-members.

Join David Roman, an important figurehead in the local film community, as he guides us through an educational workshop based on the fundamentals of recording location audio on a film set. This workshop will look at dual system recording, arming and mixing tracks, metering in the digital age, different microphones and their pickup patterns, placing wireless mics on talent, proper boom operation, and how to get great audio with whatever is at your disposal -- even a cell phone.

David Roman is an Audio Engineer and Composer originally from Weyburn, SK.  He is a sole Proprietor of his own audio business with over a decade of experience Composing, Recording, Mixing, and Sound Designing. David has worked on several award winning films and his audio work has screened at many international festivals.  He has also worked on several commercials and television episodes that are broadcast on social media, television and cinema. Musically, David is a multi-instrumentalist and producer with over twenty years of experience in several genres. He is also highly proficient with Digital Audio Workstations and numerous digital composition tools. This is coupled with a background as a University graduated Social Worker which gives David a unique creative perspective that focuses on empathy and the psychology of artists and characters. It’s no surprise then that David tends to gravitate towards projects with a social conscience whenever possible.

His audio and music work can be heard in films such as “Gas Can”, "From Up North",  “ahkameyimo nitanis / Keep Going My Daughter”, “Talent” and “Humboldt: The New Season”.  David has also worked with local ad agencies to complete work for larger clients such as Sask Power, Sask Energy, Access Communications, SGI, GMC, Michelin and the City of Regina

We would like to acknowledge that the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative resides on Treaty 4 territory, and the traditional territory of the Cree, Saulteaux, Assiniboine and Metis peoples.

The Saskatchewan Filmpool is proud to be supported by Canada Council for the Arts, SK Arts, SaskCulture, and Saskatchewan Lotteries.

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