Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 11, 2020
Duration
1h 58m
Description

Seasoned audio and video professionals have a lot of experience in producing and engineering music and sound for a multitude of uses. We know how to mic, how to arrange, how to edit, and how to mix. But what are the implications of producing and engineering audio that is intended to be distributed within a Virtual Reality - VR or 360° video environment? In this course, we will walk through the techniques of capturing, implementing, and delivering audio for use in HMD VR, mobile VR, and panoramic 360° web platforms built within Unity. We will utilize real-world tracks and session data to show some of the complexities that arise during these productions. In addition, we will present a succinct and easily understood list of contingencies to consider when working on projects that require a VR/XR and/or 360° video final output. Tools, tips, and tricks learned along the way to a finished project will be highlighted and presented for the audio professional to easily enter this highly innovative field that has a lot of potential and need for creative expertise. Required Software: Unity 2019

About the author
About the author

Jeanine Cowen works as a freelance composer, music producer, and sound designer focusing primarily on the intersection of audio and visual medias. A highly experienced technologist with extensive musical training in classical, jazz, and contemporary genres, Jeanine excels in collaborative productions with credits spanning film, television, video games, and music.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
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