December 5 @ 12:00 pm
6353 – SELMA BACKLOT & 6690 – Lounge
Celebrate the start of the Holiday SeasonWe’re hosting two parties this year at LARS and LAFS, filled with food, games and tons of prizes and swag.The best part? You don’t need to RSVP to attend!
December 14th & 15th, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM PT
The Los Angeles Recording School, along with Career Development, is thrilled to announce its monthly live listening and feedback event, The SoundCheck! If you’re a music producer, audio engineer, artist, or songwriter, this is your chance to network, get feedback on your beats, songs, or mixes, as well as connect with members of the Career Development team! Join us at LARS on Wednesday and/or Thursday, December 14th and 15th from 4 pm – 5 pm PST. All music will be played on a first come, first serve basis, no registration needed. We will be welcoming very special invited industry guests each month, so this will be an event you will not want to miss! See you there!
Co-hosted and moderated by legendary songwriters; SHOF inductee and Chairman NILE RODGERS and SHOF inductee & Best Original Song Academy Award Winner PAUL WILLIAMS
Read and get access to the latest news, interviews, opportunities and insights from The Los Angeles Film School official website!
There it is again—that sharp sting of rejection. The making of your film is done and dusted—a momentous achievement! But when it comes to distributing your film, you’re hitting a dead end. Yet another major distributor’s door has been closed to you—a stark reminder of how fiercely competitive and frustrating film distribution can be. The post What To Do When Traditional Film Distribution Isn’t Feasible appeared first on The Los Angeles Film School.
The time to hit the studio has arrived. You’re ready to finally bring all of your musical ideas together into one big, banging production. You’ve got instruments to lay down. EQ to play about with. Not to mention a whole world of plug-ins at your fingertips. But amidst the excitement, your session can often run away with you—and all organization quickly goes out of the window. Which can be problematic. The post How To Streamline Your Logic Pro X Session Like a Pro appeared first on The Los Angeles Film School.
You want to set your first film in motion. You’ve got tons of creative ideas and you can’t wait to see your vision come to life on-screen. But first, you’ve got a journey ahead, one filled with challenges, triumphs and endless possibilities. The post From Script to Screen: The 5 stages of indie film production appeared first on The Los Angeles Film School.
You’ve got big decisions to make. It’s nearly time to take the next step into your future and start thinking about carving out your career. But that isn’t always simple. Especially if you’re not entirely sure of the best route to take. The thing is, you know you want a career where you can immerse yourself in sound. That much is clear. Which makes studying either audio production or music production a no-brainer. But which one to choose? That is the burning question. The post Audio Production v Music Production: Which one is right for you? appeared first on The Los Angeles Film School.
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Here are some helpful resources for On Campus Students in the Film Program. You must obtain password from the Film Department.
Here is a link to Pro Sound Effects Library for On Campus Students in the Audio and Music Programs.
Here is a link to Pro Sound Effects Library for Off Campus Students in the Audio and Music Programs.
The Los Angeles Film School Library is to provide direct support for the educational mission of the school, by selecting and organizing current and relevant books, media, and digital resources; to assist students and faculty in locating and retrieving information effectively and to assist in the educational development of students.
Check out the Library collections including books, films, scripts, magazines, and more!
Student Advising helps provide support and resources for students to enhance and aid in their experience with The Los Angeles Film School.
Click on the link below to check out the student resources from the Student Advising Team!
The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program is a federally funded part-time employment program used to assist students in meeting their financial obligations to the Los Angeles Film School and to encourage community service involvement.
Click on the link below to check out if you are eligible and view the current job listings!
Career Development provides the assistance and resources that will support students and alumni as they navigate the challenging path to creating and sustaining a successful career.
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Distribution Center provides excellent customer service to students and contributes to their education success by providing learning materials and gears. Find out what’s inside your TechKits and learn about how to install your software.
Click on the link below to check out more info about the Distribution Center!
Both LAFS and LARS Equipment Rooms provides students access to equipment and laptops associated with their program.
Click on the link below to learn more about the LAFS and LARS Equipment Rooms!
IMT Helpdesk offers technology support and resources to Students. Click on the link below to learn more on how to get support concerning technological issues and questions.
Daily Hours : 6am – 12am midnight (PST)
Call : 844.FIX.FILM | 844.349.3456
Location : B1, 5th Floor Library
6363 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028
Location : 1st Floor at LARS Equipment Room
6690 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028
Mon – Fri Hours : 8am – 11pm (PST)
Sat & Sun Hours : 9:30 am – 5:30pm (PST)
Find Answers through the Helpdesk Knowledge Base Articles provided by the IMT Support Team.
Get selected software for use by Students of The Los Angeles Film School & Recording School. Certain downloads may be restricted and require authorization.
Learn how to get and install your software by clicking the link below.
Get selected hardware and gear for use by Students of The Los Angeles Film School & Recording School.
Learn more about your techkits through the Distribution Center.
Learn more about your laptops and how to get support by clicking on the links below.