Media Studies Students

'Audio in film and television is four fifths of the whole deal . . . pictures without sound have no meaning and do not hold any power.

Audio is very important to the whole creative delivery. Audiences/viewers will often put up with imperfect images but if the sound quality is not perfect, then the concentration is broken and the magic is gone.

I have often spent over a 50 minute film,  2-3 hours in the picture grading process, but 8 hours or more getting the audio perfect'.                    

Laurence Vuillamy  CYP Film Festival Judge