Monday, 28 November 2011

Floor Plan

Running Order

Title sequence

Introduction from presenters

Small amoint of news

introduce Mit

Mits vt segment

Interview with Mit

More news (funny story)

Introduction of rapper

VT segment of rapper

Interview with rapper 


Band play with rolling credits


  • Producer - Casey Deer
  • Director - lewis bousfiled
  • Script - Ellie Leddra
  • Host - Jack Branchflower, Jude Leigh Kaufman
  • Camera - Tim Wilcox myself, Jorge Melin
  • Floor Manager - Casey deer
  • Sound - Harold Codd
  • Tele Prompter - Christina Pocock
  • Vision mixer - Fred Cardwell
  • Lighting - Hope Mason, Ben Hill
  • Graphics - Jordan Rollins
  • Title Sequence - Ben Hill 

Sunday, 27 November 2011

Evaluation of the show

In my opinion I don't think the show went as well as it could have the main reason being that the script took a very long period of time to be completed and there was also some problems on the directing side of the show. I think that my job in particular went very well and went so well in fact that I am rethinking my future career choice and may pursue a career in sound engineering

The pre-production side of the show went ok with the only hold up being the script mentioned previously as we all agreed on an idea very quickly and assigned roles equally as fast. The actual production itself was shot in one day with only two separate shoots to pick from once we where done. The first shoot went quite well and went smoothly whereas the second shoot had an incident where someone who was not scripted to be on camera decided to run on set. We picked the first shoot

My Role

I was given the role of sound engineer and tasked with maintaining appropriate sound levels for presenters/guests and also queuing in different sound bytes and the sound for any video clips that would play. Luckily i have been in this role many times already so i have some experience and can jump straight into the role without much assistance.

 Equipment I Used

The main piece of equipment i used was a mixing desk to maintain the sound levels the image above represents pretty much what i was working with. I used the sliders along the bottom of the device to raise and lower the sound levels and the sliders on the far right to make sure people in the studio/gallery could hear what i heard.