IFMTV-UT 1047 | 4 units | Instructor: AFTRS Faculty
Sound Storytelling will equip students with the skills and abilities to experience, articulate and navigate through the ways in which sound and music affect emotional experience. In addition, they will also explore the ways in which aural phenomena can be used to create effective impact. Developing critical vocabulary and listening skills will prepare students to discern the interrelationships between language, sound design and music as they pertain to film, screen, games, radio, and podcasts.
The course will culminate in a final project where each student will create a soundscape which conveys a story or emotional journey with or without words, which demonstrates the student’s ability to create sound and music, and in order to communicate effectively and affectively with an audience. This final project, can be the first episode of a podcast series or a soundscape to accompany video or images.