This course involves the teaching of theoretical, creative and technical knowledge, gaining experience in practical recording studio work and developing ideas and creativity in the field of film sound. The course provides students with comprehensive knowledge in all areas of recording studio technology. Following successful completion of the course, graduates will be able to add sound to films, videos and television pieces of all genres. Their skills will include the ability to work independently on set and competence in the use of sound production and sound editing equipment.
By teaching the students information on the composition of music and the technical side of movements of music and training them in working with a film orchestra, this course aims to enable students to produce their own compositions for University films.
(Following this Bachelor’s course, the HFF will offer a consecutive Master’s course with a duration of four semesters. Successful completion of this Master’s course will qualify the students to work as sound engineers (Tonmeister), supervising sound editors or re-recording mixers).
Future vocational areas for graduates of this course are film and television production companies and post production facilities, broadcasting stations, theatre, concert and show establishments and music and speech recording studios.
The standard duration of this course is 6 semesters.
The degree Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) will be awarded upon successful completion of this course.