I’ve see that several readers are interestd to know more about the Sound Design Webinar Series of David Sonnenschein. Well, I’m attending to the series by these days, so I find appropriate to do a series of posts here talking about my experience on the webinars, so all of you can know more about them and enroll into future webinar series if you want.
Today is the second webinar. The first one was the last wednesday, and it was great. David gave a lot of theory and examples based on several topics covered in his book, and expanded on the webinar series. He explained several of his theories and gave examples of them, talking about bi-polarities, sound qualities and also the Michel Chion’s listening modes, with examples and intereaction with the attendes.
That’s the fun part: the attendes. Why? Because we can make questions and suggest new things in real time. That’s great because it gives a lot of more info for each webinar. Also, David is giving an assignment each week, so you can practice several things of the topics learned. And, if you have more questions, you will able to reach him all the time and ask whatever you want.
The other part of the webinar is to give feedback and analyze the sound design of attendee’s projects. We all can view and listen to the video/audio examples, comment and listen to the attende and of course the opinions from David. This is fantastic because the discussions generated are very good, both from the attendes opinions and David’s feedback, which is very detailed and informative.
There are several cool things coming on this webinars. I hope you enjoy my reports. If you need to know more about the webinars, please visit Sound Design for Pros, where you can find all the information you need and also you can see an introductory webinar for free.