Post-Production 2: Sound Effects & Music

Post-production- sound effects
Post-production- sound effects




Short (1-4 activities)


England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

This resource provides young people with an overview of adding sound effects and music in the post-production stage of the filmmaking process. This includes links for sourcing copyright-free music and creating an original soundtrack for a short film. The guide is recommended for young people aged 13 to 19 for them to engage with filmmaking directly and without the support of an adult.This resource forms part of a collection of mini filmmaking guides for young people covering the key aspects of the five stages of film production.

Mae'r adnodd hwn yn cynnig trosolwg i bobl ifanc ar sut i ychwanegu effeithiau sain a cherddoriaeth yng ngyfnod ôl-gynhyrchu o greu ffilm. Mae hyn yn cynnwys cyfeiriadau ar sut i ddarganfod cerddoriaeth di-hawlfraint a chreu traciau sain gwreiddiol ar gyfer ffilm fer. Awgrymir defnyddio'r canllaw yma gyda phobl ifanc rhwng 13 a 19 oed i'w hymgysylltu â chreu ffilmiau uniongyrchol a heb gymorth oedolyn. Mae'r adnodd hwn yn rhan o gasgliad o ganllawiau ffilmiau ar gyfer pobl ifanc, sy'n edrych ar bump cam allweddol o gynhyrchu ffilm.

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Ôl-gynhyrchu 2: Effeithiau sain a cherddoriaeth

Ôl-gynhyrchu 2: Effeithiau sain a cherddoriaeth

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Post-production– Sound effects and music

A mini filmmaking guide exploring the process of adding music and sound

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