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
Nowadays, when people want to add a sound effect to a movie, they mostly just pull up a digital archive, choose a sound, and drag and drop. But in the pre-digital age, people created sounds using whatever objects were close to hand. Here are the 10 most unusual sources for your favorite sound effects. 1)… Continue reading 10 Weirdest Origins Of Classic Science Fiction Sound Effects
Link to my work and Online presence During the past two months we were instructed to elaborate and increase our online presence in Emerging Technologies module. Most of the work I did was related to expanding my professional profile and gain friends-followers-visitors from my chosen industry. Strategies: I promote myself as much as I can,… Continue reading Presentation In Emerging Technologies
Hello there! I am writing a report on Post Production in which I am studying several sound effect purposes and sound design elements. I am researching the background of sound design in film, and I am doing a comparison of two movies: King Kong 1933 and King Kong 2005. The report is performing an analysis… Continue reading Hooray #Survey Time!
While doing a bit of research for my report assignment on sound design, I stumbled upon how the sound design department is required to make choices either of artistic or scientific nature. This is often a dilemma in Sci-Fi films, where entire scenes are being supposingly shot in space. Space is Vacuum. Empty. No air, no nothing. Sound waves its… Continue reading Star Trek Vs Gravity Sound Design
New to the audio Industry? Want to create a showreel? Got all your new shiny software and really want to get your hands on it but you have no tracks? You were hopping to use your recordings to create a portfolio and realised they are just horrible? Well, here are some very helpful links with… Continue reading Multitracks for Practice
2014 has been an incredible year for vinyl. Sales in the UK are at an 18-year high, vinyl-only boutique labels are popping up everywhere, and now we have the Desktop Record Cutter (DRC) poised to hit the market, allowing users to cut high quality vinyl at home for a relatively affordable price. The DRC allows… Continue reading #KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED FOR DESKTOP #VINYL CUTTER