The new year has just dawned and we still have 360 days of 2016 to enjoy. How many of those days will you spend editing, designing, mixing, implementing, programming, or listening? No matter how much you wish you could use the TCE trimming tool to extend your year, the seconds on your watch will continue to count even if your DAW is not.
This month, Designing Sound is looking at the ways we view time, whether that be managing your day between desperate projects, speeding up your workflow to fit more in every day, taking time out to listen and reflect so you can return to a project with a fresh set of ears, or using temporal-based processing to fix simple sync issues or take your sound design into an otherworldly abyss. So, what does time mean to you?
As always, we here at Designing Sound encourage our community (and yes, that means you) to contribute an article for this month’s theme, or any sound design related topic that may be on your mind. Your contributions, and added perspectives are a large part of what keeps this site vibrant and fresh. So please, keep reading, thinking, and writing about sound design, and anytime you would like to contribute, just contact doron [@] this website. Thank you for being a part of our community.