A very nice article by Harley Brown talking about environmentalism, ecology, the pandemic and the healing factors of nature sounds. It was lovely to talk to Harley and I’m happy beyond words to have been featured! Featuring also: Lucrecia Dalt, Aaron Dilloway, Carina Pesch, Bernie Krause and Gordon Hempton. Read the article here.
In February, Paulo Dantas, a composer, improviser and field recordist, visited Stockholm as a guest composer at Elektronmusik Studion, to master two new music releases (Eva Mitocondrial, by Insignificanto, and Facies, by Bella) and to make some critical listening. We got the opportunity to meet and he very kindly agreed to share insights on listening, field […]
LAW OF TWO-AND-A-HALF (Walter Murch) Which sound designer hasn’t tried to sync a lot of the same objects in a scene to conclude it turned out to be a mess? I did once with a visual effects shot in which dozens of light beams graciously flew out of a body in less than 3 seconds. […]
Slightly out of the line here, nevertheless it might get us thinking how do we want to listen. Are we seeking for realistic sound experiences? This article was written in 2011 for the Acoustics course in the final year of my graduation. It is a theoretical explanation of the reproduction system developed recently by Edgar […]
If we think about it… in most cases it all converges to, and probably all depends upon the punch / kick in a scene, just after it. Chion had made a valid point when he stated that such a short-in-time sound is easier to be marked, on our own conscience, on shape and timber. And, in […]