Lights, camera, action!


Sound is one of the 2 pillars of filmmaking.

If your film has poor sound quality, you can’t hear the dialogue, or even if the music is distorted, the audience will lose attention.

A filmmaker may deliberately choose a shaky camera effect or dark and shadowy lighting to improve the film’s mystery, but buffering wind or distorted sound will degrade your film, making it hard to watch and confusing to the audience.


Student using a mixing desk