A great conversation with Dave Whitehead about Lord of the Rings, District 9, Elysium, Snowpiercer, sound design, and lots and lots of recording to create unique palettes.
Flat White Coffee
In this episode we talk about changes going on with the podcast & we interview Karen Collins on her Kickstarter for a Doc on Game Audio history. Then we test various mic techniques for recording car bys & Rene puts Melted Sounds’ Whoosh thru its paces.
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Karen’s Website Gamessound.com
In this SoundBytes episode, Timothy and Rene interview Roth Mobot, a duo that perform and teach workshops on the art of circuit bending. They teach us the history of the craft as well as the basics that anyone would need to start making crazy sounds for themselves.
In this Episode, we welcome Vanessa Ament, author of ‘The Foley Grail’, the preeminent book on the art of foley. Vanessa dives deep – giving us a history of the craft, various differences in foley styles and techniques, as well as some stories from her own tremendous career.
The guest for this episode is Martin Pinsonnault, the sound designer on the new film, “Dallas Buyer’s Club”. We talk about the film’s unique post production work flow, location recording to capture authentic Texan ambiences, Martin’s career and SFX libraries.
Schoeps Double MS tool
A Sound Effect
The Recordist Fire HD
The Recordist Bullets HD
The Recordist Ultimate Foliage HD
Hiss and a Roar Seal Vocals
Tim Muirhead’s Cat Recordings
Chuck Russom’s Dog Library
BOOM Library Wildcats
ProSoundEffects Hybrid Library