Shaun Farley has announced the sixth sound design challenge. This time, the participants will also have the opportunity to contribute to a library package of creature sounds, which will be available for the participants and judges.
The inspiration for this month’s challenge occurred a few months ago. I was out to lunch with some audio friends of mine, and we somehow got on the subject of Yeti while we were hanging out in the parking lot after eating. I don’t remember exactly HOW we got onto that subject, but the inspiration point went something like this:
Colin: “What does a Yeti even sound like?”
Me: “Dude, you don’t know what a Yeti sounds like?!”
Steve: “I have a whole library of Yeti at home.”
I’d hate for Steve to be called a liar by anyone, so I think we need to create an entire library of Yeti. So that’s our modus operandi this month. We’re going to put together a community made library of creature sounds inspired by the Yeti. Of course, there’s always a little more to it with this competition…
Before I go into the specific restrictions, let me explain how this is going to work. This library will not be for sale. I just don’t have the time or wherewithal to coordinate that. The library is only for the participants of this challenge, and that includes the judges (all of whom are volunteers remember). Participating (contributing or judging) is the only way you will get a copy.
More info and details at Dynamic Interference