Thanks you for indulging us as we tried a different approach last month. We feel it’s important to break out of tunnel vision every once in a while, and it was a nice (but relevant) departure for us. So let’s get into October!
This month, we’re going to focus on the art of field recording, and it’s a great month to do so. We’re in that seasonal transition time where it’s a blast to be outside almost everywhere around the globe. What are some of your favorite things to record? What tricks and techniques do you use to capture that perfect recording? What personal field excursion stands out in your memory, and why? We’ve got some cool things lined up, but we want the community to expand on that and share some of your personal stories and thoughts. Some come enlighten us with your tales of wonder, or seek the commiseration of a group who understands all too well the pain of the sound that got away.
Let’s have some fun!
As always, guest contributions are welcome and encouraged here on Designing Sound. If you have something you’d like to share with the community, even if it’s off-topic, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Contact shaun (at) designingsound [dot] org. If you’re the type that wants a little more time to plan ahead, we’ll be looking at Templates, Session Setups and Work-flows next month.