I got a huge opportunity to record tons of rollercoasters at a fully locked out six flags park. Full access and high expectations. This is that story.
Here are some videos that Giuseppe posted to his youtube channel showing some before and after on his custom instruments:
In this episode René talks with Matthew Marteinsson about workflows for interactive media and some of our favorite non-DAW tools that we use in our work.
Matt works at the audio department for Klei Entertainment, runs the excellent Beards, Cats and Indie Game Audio podcast, and can be found on twitter @mattesque and you can hear some compositions over at loudr
Last week the supreme court struck down laws that prohibit gay marriage in the USA.
I went out to record it. Here’s the story of that, and the audio that I captured.
Link to the complete recording expires in a couple of weeks. no license required. Use as you see fit!
In this episode we sit down with sound designers Ethan Van der Ryn and Erik Aadahl to talk about their esteemed careers, working philosophies and many of the films they have worked on in the past few years.
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We were super excited to talk to Mad Max Fury Road vehicle recordist Oliver Machin for this episode.
Oliver gave us tons of great war stories and logistics problems from the set of one of the breakout films of the year.
War machines, microphones, and rock n roll on the Doof Wagon.
and here are a bunch of images from the shoot:
In this episode, we talk about the Porsche recordings that René made in Houston for the latest echo | collective: fields library.
Check out the Porsche library here.
Here’s the prep sheet –
And here’s the gear that was mentioned in this episode.
In ep 32 we breakdown a method for executing a multimic record session with just one mic, we do a postmortem on the recording of the implosion of a Xerox building, and we do another great giveaway, this time in collaboration with soundsnap.com
Here’s the gear used for the implosion recording:
Plus the venerable Line Audio CM3s
If you are not familiar with www.designingsound.org make sure you head there ASAP and read everything they have. Each month the site picks a theme and ask the audio community to contribute articles, ideas and experiments that fit the theme. In the past our podcast has regularly timed episodes to match up with the DS themes. For January 2015 the theme was “Education”, specifically in relation to professional audio. Our most recent episode, #31, was part of this theme as we interviewed Brenda Jaskulske from the University of North Texas.
Additionally both of the hosts on Tonebenders wrote articles that are featured on the site as well. René wrote about different types of learning, and Timothy shared some thoughts on the future of Internships in Audio Post.
Please head over to DesigningSound.org to check them out.
Read René’s article here: http://designingsound.org/2015/01/deep-or-shallow/
and Timothy’s here: http://designingsound.org/2015/02/a-new-approach-to-internships/
Let us know what you think.