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Hooray #Survey Time!

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 on the sound design elements of the movies and is comparing techniques and technologies used in both films. This way, a clear demonstration of the progress of audio manipulation in the industry through time will be achieved.

With this survey, which I urge you to take, I can collect the data I need for my report. It only takes 5 minutes, and I promise you it’s really fun if you are into movies! Enjoy!

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EDIT: This survey has been now closed. A great thank you for all of you who took part.

Work Progress

We booked the studio, and on Monday we are going to record some foley! This is going to be awesome! We need to record several everyday objects, such as glass break, a bike pedal etc. for the Post Production project and foley can be really fun! I am really looking forward about this!

I will try to shoot a video and upload it as well! Will do my best to keep that promise!

 

Side Assignment

Alright. So, I have this module, it’s all about the internet and how to use it constructively in order to gain from it. Gain knowledge, gain connections, gain an online presence among peers and industry professionals. One of the assignments for the module is a 5000 word report (yes 5000 word, you heard me) that – wait for it – counts only for 50% of the module. I’m not going to complain any more, it is what it is. I had this idea, that since I’m interested in Post Production, I should like take this opportunity and learn more about past and current techniques. So I thought I should demonstrate the differences and the progression of sound design by comparing two films. Preferably remakes. Such as King Kong (1933) and King Kong (2005) or maybe even Tron (1982) and Tron (2010). I should like do some search online, find out how they manage to create all those magnificent (for that past era) sound effects etc.

Tron Trailer 1982

King Kong Trailer 1933

Pretty cool ha?