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Subject Guide for Students in the Audio Production Program.

Welcome to the Audio Subject Guide

This Audio Subject Guide will help you connect to many resources involving with and relating to audio production. Learn how to become an audio engineer and a content producer. The upper-division coursework in the bachelor’s degree builds upon the knowledge and skills taught at the associate degree level and provides students more advanced training in audio engineering, music production, post-production, event production, and visual media—including foundational video editing, graphic and web design skills.

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Internet Archive: Movies and Film

A collection of freely available full-length feature films, classic shorts, world culture documentaries, World War II propaganda, movie trailers, and films.


A on-demand streaming video platform for public libraries and universities that offers films and documentaries.

National Film Board of Canada

A small but quality selection of streaming films. You can limit by genre, production year, duration, and more.

UbuWeb Film & Video

The comprehensive streaming and downloadable film collection of UbuWeb, a clearinghouse for all things avant-garde. Dive in...


Vimeo is a popular platform for animators to share and discover work. Here you can browse all user-uploaded videos.


Watch the latest and greatest hits on YouTube, either for rent, purchase, or watch for free.

What is Audio Production?

Audio post production is all stages of audio production relating to sound produced and synchronized with moving picture (film, television, or video). It involves sound design, effects, Foley, ADR, sound editing, audio mixing, etc.

Audio Production Online Resources

The internet can be a wild place, but there are lots of freely-available gems that are useful to audio production research. Here are some hand-selected, librarian-approved resources and databases.

LOC Call Numbers

To help locate books in a particular subject, the following LOC sections in the Library are as follows: 

PN Motion Pictures. Books on radio, television and film studies. Mostly related to history, screenwriting, and analysis

TR Animated Motion Pictures. Editing of Motion Pictures. Books on technical areas of film-like editing, cinematography, and most of the technology-related film books.


Books on Audio Production

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