John Altmann spent 20 years as a recording engineer, recording local San Francisco Bands and running his own studio in San Francisco, John Altmann Recording. He's also the owner of Aircraft Records and has spent the last 36 years recording airplanes. DS: Hi … [Read More...]
We decided to challenge ourselves a little this month by making our topic one that’s open to some pretty wide interpretations…inversion. We could talk about the technical side of inversion, how it’s the backbone of fighting induced noise in the “balanced” cables we use to run audio from one place to another, but there are […]
It was the summer of 1973 and Wayne Bell was part of a crew of young filmmakers making what would become the cult classic, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Forty-five years later, Wayne is still in Texas, doing what he loves and making sounds for films. Recently, I had the opportunity to sit down with […]
The topic this month is LoFi and I know just who to turn to, Bijan Sharifi from Berkeley Sound Artists. Bijan has worked on many films of various styles, but has focused a lot of time on documentaries. With over 75 films under his belt, he knows how to get the right LoFi sound when […]
This is a guest post by Leonard J. Paul, a composer, sound designer and educator who first got his start working on Sega Genesis back in the ’90s. You can reach him at the School of Video Game Audio (SoVGA.com) or on Twitter @VideoGameAudio at any time.