Last week you walked past a poster on one of the noticeboards at school. It advertised a national competition open to any students studying audio, music, film or television.
On taking a closer look at the poster, you decide that you want to enter. The comp asks you to create a soundtrack for a short film and has some great prizes.
Click on the thumbnail below to see the competition details.
Before you start work on your competition entry you're going to have to learn how to use audio editing software (if you don't already know how to). You're also going to have to learn how to create and record your own sound effects, or at least find out where you can buy or download these types of sounds from.
So that you can get your entry completed in time you've made yourself the following 'To do' list:
For a complete list of what you're going to need to do to learn how to edit sound using digital systems, don't forget that you can refer to the set list for extra help. You can access this any time you want from the menu on the left.