Whether you knew about the "Mixing for Web" panel we hosted and missed it, or it escaped your notice...we've got you covered. A recording of the discussion is available for you viewing pleasure. A big thanks go out to Michael Coleman, Paul Andre Fonarev, Cheryl Ottenritter and Ian Palmer for taking time out of their weekend schedules to participate. You can access the … [Read more...]
Film Sound Discussion Group: Mixing for Web
We've got a new Film Sound Discussion Group lined up for you. I thought it was time we started having some in-depth discussions centered around the growing omnipresence of internet streaming as a distribution medium and how it impacts our jobs as audio professionals. This one is going to be set up as a virtual panel, and there are some great participants lined up. We've … [Read more...]
Field Recording Blogs, Daily Recipes of Sound in the "World Wide Web"
Some days ago I was thinking about make this post, and due to the great material that is being generated in the last days, I decided to do so. The Internet has changed the way we do a lot of things, and also provides a vast amount of information everyday. Sound designers and recordist also found a way to share his experiences and recording using blogs and social … [Read more...]
Web Based Tool for Creative Sound Design Ideas, Inspired By Brian Eno's "Oblique Strategies"
Do you know about "Oblique Strategies"? Originally developed by Brian Eno, consists in a deck of cards containing ideas and phrases to help you on "breaking" the lack of creativity on any project you're working on. George Spanos, from GameSoundDesign has created the "Sound Design Strategies" based on the same concept, but here all the phrases are oriented to sound design. Just … [Read more...]