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with Paolo Di Teodoro


Led by professional Audio Recordist Paolo Di Teodoro, this workshop provides participants with a comprehensive introduction to audio recording on film sets. Through practical demonstrations and discussions, participants will learn about the equipment used in film audio production, microphone selection, workflow, and set etiquette. Students will have the opportunity to interact with professional audio gear and observe the process of microphone placement, with the option for volunteers to experience being wired up. The workshop encourages active participation, allowing students to ask questions and explore topics of interest related to the film industry and audio recording. By the end of the session, attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the role of sound in filmmaking and the skills required for a career in audio production. ABOUT PAOLO My name is Paolo Di Teodoro and I'm the owner and operator of PAOLO AUDIO; an audio engineering company that specializes in location sound recording, audio post production and music composition for documentary, corporate and commercial video, television, feature films, web-series and short films. With over a decade of professional sound experience, I've contributed my experience and skill-set to a wide range of projects. Most recently to the Oscar winning film ('Women Talking') and Canadian Screen Award winning documentary ('Sex With Sue'). My audio work has been featured at the Toronto International Film Festival and at Slamdance Film Festival. On Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, the CBC, VICE, Bravo, the Biography Channel, BELLTV, TSN and SportsNet. I've also had my work featured at the Royal Ontario Museum's "Carbon 14: Climate Is Culture" art exhibition and Kent Monkman's "Casualties Of Modernity" art installation. All audio inquiries and questions are welcome. Reach out by phone, text, email, Facebook, Instagram or through this website. Looking forward to chatting and working together,

  • FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre