2018 BAFTA BEST SOUND NOMINEES

BABY DRIVER: Nominees: Tim Cavagin, Mary H. Ellis, Julian Slater. Read the interview on the sound for Baby Driver here. BLADE RUNNER 2049: Nominees: Ron Bartlett, DougHemphill, Mark Mangini, Mac Ruth. Watch the Soundworks feature on the sound for Blade Runner 2049 here. DUNKIRK: Nominees: Richard King, Gregg Landaker, Gary A. Rizzo, Mark Weingarten. Read… Continue reading 2018 BAFTA BEST SOUND NOMINEES

BEHIND BABY DRIVER’S MASTERFULLY MUSICAL SOUND DESIGN: by Asbjoern Andersen

Hey there, I recently watched Baby Driver and felt the urge to post something after my long absence from blogging. At times I felt I was watching a magnificent sound design musical with a well-combined perpetual tempo of effects and music, running from the beginning till the end of the film not dropping for a… Continue reading BEHIND BABY DRIVER’S MASTERFULLY MUSICAL SOUND DESIGN: by Asbjoern Andersen

And What About Visual Effects? Why CGI Sucks (Except It Doesn’t)

Here Is  a video explaining a lot about CGI and how come viewers think visual special effects are ruining cinema. RocketJump Film School has created a “visual essay” as they call it, with many more to come explaining the world of visual effects and applications. Source: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3KpzBeoM8lDvn85m4szzfA

Unlocking the Mystery of the Greatest Loudspeaker in History: the Yamaha NS10

“Ever wonder why the small Yamaha NS10 monitor is poised so confidently behind the mixing consoles of every major recording studio around the world? I have. When you explore this little loudspeaker’s list of credits, you’ll discover that no other single loudspeaker has played a greater role in your musical library than the Yamaha NS10—period!… Continue reading Unlocking the Mystery of the Greatest Loudspeaker in History: the Yamaha NS10

Win 200+ High-Quality Sound FX Libraries

For all of you guys out there into post-production, Sonniss.com now have over $8000 worth of sound libraries to give away (204 in total containing nearly 200GB of files) – all royalty-free with commercial usage rights. Image Source: https://mwpdigitalmedia.com/blog/using-sound-design-to-create-better-brand-films/ Simply enter your details in the boxes provided and 2 lucky winners will be randomly selected in 27 days… Continue reading Win 200+ High-Quality Sound FX Libraries

Hearing Tarantino

From the delicate intricacies used to display the fastidiousness of a character, to the overzealous noises paying tribute to a genre. Here is a quick video I created to showcase the many unique and effective sounds used in the films of Quentin Tarantino. Films used: Reservoir Dogs (1992) Pulp Fiction (1994) Kill Bill: Vol. 1… Continue reading Hearing Tarantino