A video made with Youtube annotations. Never saw this before. It’s called “Follow Me” since there are super internet links all over the video. Features some ASCII-works by Joan Stark. If you can’t see the video, watch it on Youtube to see the annotations.
Creating lush, expansive back drops can be a key part of a successful chill-out track or a great breakdown. Producing something truly original in this area requires a bit of creativity. There's always the temptation to use an impressive pad sound from the latest super plug-in, but to really stand out from the crowd you need to dip your toes into the world of sound design. | Difficulty: Intermediate; Tags: Audio Production, Logic Pro
Electric Sander Sound Effect. This sound often tends to be extremely loud and very uncomfortable to listen to. This could be a tricky sound to record efficiently and will take some work in post to get the sound to fit in with the film nicely.
Freelance Sounds Mixers and Recordists. I was accepted into a closed group of freelance sound recordists just before the start of this film. This facebook group has been able to keep me up to date with interesting recording devices and also shows me how sounds recordists overcome general issues. I have learnt a huge range of things thanks to this FaceBook group.
Reddit - Location Sound Another online group that has taught me a lot about sound recording. These online forums are a great way to get familiar with problems that can occur and learning general ways people deal with problems.
Shaken - Winner of Best Sound This film was created in 168 hours. It's a great example of how in depth you can get into sound design in such a short time. The interesting subject of being in the midst of a tornado gave them a lot of space for creativity and interesting soundscapes and they managed to produce an interesting film.