As I promised the last week, I’ll be doing a weekly report of the Sound Design Webinar Series by David Sonnenschein, just to give you an idea of what is David doing on each webinar and solve any kind of doubts you have about that.
In the second webinar David started reviewing some of the assignments given in the last session, and also giving more tips and great theories. For this webinar, he talked about plugins and all kind of processes that are used for give different emotions and characteristics to an specific sound. For example: common processes to make a sound bigger, or to make a sound scary, etc.
It’s great because David focuses on an emotional and contextual approaches of sound, instead of talking about specific plugins, gear or technical stuff, which is something you can easily find by doing some research over the Internet.
David give us some examples, and also discusses several processes and plugin techniques and also give us a cool homework: to transform 10 different sounds by applying all the concepts given by David. That was fun to do, but the best part is that we can hear all the examples made by the rest of the guys at the webinar, and also obtain feedback form David.
Today, David is giving the third webinar, so I hope to have another great session and be reporting my thoughts in the next week.