I’ve heard some really great things in the past about the Wild Eyes recording workshop. Our own Luca Fusi did a write up about his experience. We’ve also recently heard about other similar workshops in South Africa and Australia. While it’s great to see the availability of these, my schedule is so unpredictable that it’s hard to commit to attending one. I started this year … [Read More...]
Feedback is a pretty big part of what sound does. But despite that, we’re not often taught interaction design during our training as composers or sound designers.
Covering both the subject of last month’s DIY and this month’s of Fear, we spoke with Diego Stocco about his work as a sound designer, composer and performer. Diego creates eclectic musical experiences with custom built instruments and experimental recording techniques. He loves discovering hidden sounds from organic sources, objects and materials, with an unorthodox musical curiosity that allows him […]
As Brad mentioned in his introduction to this months theme: fear is an emotion we must face daily. Deadlines, workloads, project managers, tedious tasks, and especially cutting footsteps are all points of emotional friction dealt with by many of us to some degree or another. There is also a more intangible yet just as insidious form […]
“As has come before; many of these posts will be philosophical in nature. Some will be in contradiction to previous postings. These are not intended as truths or assertions, they’re merely thoughts…ideas. Think of this as stream of consciousness over a wide span…Please bear with us as we traverse the abstract canals of audio musings.” […]