Utilise your creative potential to get an overview of the fundamental principles of audio
all while you explore a career in Sound Design.
Program Fee: Rs. 5000/-
Unherd and Tulsea in association with Karan Gour is offering a few students (13-20-year-olds) in India an opportunity to learn about Sound Design as a career.
What will I Learn?
The certified program, crafted by sound designer, Karan Gour himself aims at helping students capture the essence of music and sound in movies through activities and hands-on learning experience. In this exclusive mentorship, Karan plans on sharing his knowledge, journey, and skills that will help students in making an informed career decision!
Interact with experienced professional, Karan Gour himself to ask about the work-life of a sound designer, courses/colleges to apply for, pay scale, work expectations, and much more.
What should your sound studio be like? Equip yourself with the best practices and techniques as your mentor, Karan Gour walks you through the essential and process of setting up a professional studio.
Take a look at behind the scenes of a movie to understand the creative process that goes behind creating a good soundscape starting from dialogues, foley to mixing, and feedback.
Completing the certified Mentorship Program will not only make you informed of the career prospects in Sound Design but also make you confident about your interests, skills, and potential.
The Mentorship Process
and interview round
Know your Mentor
A sound designer and music composer, Karan Gour is widely recognized for creating enthralling soundscapes. After he completed his university, Karan enrolled in a sound engineering course to pursue his passion for sound and music. He has scored for critically acclaimed films like NH10, Phobia, and Titli for which the latter went on to win the ‘Best First Foreign Film Award’ by the French Syndicate of Cinema Critics and was also premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Karan wrote, directed, edited, and scored the film, Corrode (Kshay) which premiered at the Chicago International Film Festival and went on to win several international awards like the Jury Award at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles.
His vast experience in the film industry has inspired him to educate future sound designers, music composers, and sound artists about a career in Sound designing. In this one-of-a-kind session, Karan plans to share his knowledge and learnings online with a few students (13-20-year-olds) – an experience Karan wishes he had when in school.
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About Our Partner, Tulsea
Through this partnership, Tulsea is working with Unherd as a resource partner to build a pipeline of talent in the creative industry by providing students with access to industry mentors, skill-training, and career counseling.
Confused about a career?
Unherd offers mentorship classes on diverse potential careers, for 13 to 18 year-olds, based on their current interest, potential and skillsets.