Courses for budding sound engineers to be held in Limehouse

PUBLISHED: 17:07 05 June 2013 | UPDATED: 17:07 05 June 2013

A film school is taking bookings for courses to help people learn about audio in blockbusters over the next two months.

The Film Sound School, based in Copenhagen Place, Limehouse, opened its doors last week to give up-and-coming sound engineers the skills they need ahead of embarking on a career in film audio.

The courses will include lessons from experts in the field, and tips on recording techniques used in Hollywood.

Sound engineer Stuart Read, who is helping run the courses, said: “I’m really looking forward to sharing the knowledge I’ve built over the years and hopefully inspiring others into an industry I feel so passionate about.”

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