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other sounds start cutting through in the absence of a person or thing. what can you think of in this particular case?
answered May 19 '12 by georgi
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The NTG-2 can run with a single AA battery. If you're not recording loud sources that should be acceptable. Try it that way.
answered Oct 19 '11 by georgi
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I don't think hard measuring criteria exist. Also I don't think measuring is necessary. You can "measure" with your own stick, it pays off to be critical, and push yourself on the next project. Then n …
answered Apr 1 '13 by georgi
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bring in industry people. they are incredible storytellers and their stories are real. field recording. especially hydrophones, dishes, also covert binaural recording - loads of fun and can be done i …
answered May 18 '12 by georgi
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buy chicken, put in freezer, wait a few hours, take out, press record... there's a starting point?
answered May 4 '11 by georgi
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Was lucky to attend a short lecture by Chris Watson and he played a number of windmill recordings he had done from various distances, including at the base of the generator. They sounded radically dif …
answered Jul 24 '11 by georgi
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Call me old fashioned but I believe it starts with some heavy reading. There are a few very interesting books on the subject........ Then you can approach your sonic work with a sense of direction and …
answered Jun 22 '10 by georgi
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[vimeo]10485345[/vimeo] should give you many ideas.
answered Sep 15 '11 by georgi
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Could slowing things down and pitching them down at the same time get you in trouble with the digital generation? The casual young viewer/listener would ask "why did the pitch go down? it sounds funny …
answered Jun 12 '10 by georgi
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Some time ago there seemed to be an industry-wide initiative to promote sound design and raise awareness of it as a discipline. I have a feeling that's still going on, so I'd trust you stand more chan …
answered Oct 26 '10 by georgi
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Sound Design Suite. Then again, Horizon seems to be on special at the moment. But do you need to buy big names? There's a lot of good stuff out there that isn't Waves.. Komplete 8 already has the fol …
answered Oct 21 '13 by georgi
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an instant electrical discharge, transferring a huge amount of energy through a "tunnel" created by the electrical breakdown of air as insulator. more details at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrica …
answered Mar 14 '14 by georgi
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what does your character consider to be "heaven"?
answered Jun 15 '12 by georgi
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Andy Farnell has a nice example of jet engine noise done with Puredata. Render some of that and load it in a doppler plugin. :)
answered Mar 20 '10 by georgi
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I'm still fascinated by No Country For Old Men. Coen in general seem to have special attitude towards sound..
answered Aug 5 '10 by georgi

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