Category Archives: Case Study

A step by step explanation of how something was done

053 – Phil Stockton & The Sound of “Silence”

Phil Stockton is a long time Sound-Supervisor based in New York City. In this episode we talk to him about the work he did on Martin Scorsese’s new film “Silence”. Lots of effort went into creating the soundscape of this story that takes place 400 years ago. As a bonus we start off with a quick hit of Tom Fleischman’s experience as the re-recording mixer of the film.

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Phil Stockton with his Oscar for Hugo (Sound Editing)

LINKS:

Phil Stockton’s IMDB

Tom Fleischman’s IMDB 

040 – rollercoasters

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.

one way to do the auto panning in reaper
another option

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033 – Recording the Porsche 911 GT3

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.

032 – Multimic with one mic – Implosions – Soundsnap giveaway

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

enjoy!