Archive for the ‘Audio Post Production’ Category

Video discussing sound perspective

Nerdwriter1 has made a neat little short video discussing sound design, but with particular reference to a scene from the film Munich by Steven Spielberg and discussing sound perspective. You can check it out below.  

Hearing is Believing in new Mercedes-AMG cinema ad

The sound of a Mercedes-AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+ Sedan is impressive enough that they have foregone most visuals in favour of acousmatic sound recorded comprehensively and mixed into a 9.1 cinema format for a new ad campaign. You can find out more details and watch the ad at: https://lbbonline.com/news/new-mercedes-amg-campaign-aims-to-prove-hearing-is-believing/

Inside the Pinewood Foley Studio

BAFTA Guru takes us for a tour inside the Pinewood Foley Studio in the UK in a great short video that has been posted online. The video features some discussion of the process from the Foley team, and is one of the better put-together videos for instructional purposes for Foley. Check it out below:  

Blue World Order Review

Blue World Order has scored a great review on the Horror Society website, scoring 8 out of 10, with the reviewer stating that “every aspect is carried out to perfection and I sincerely hope that this title takes its demographic by storm“. I was Supervising Sound Editor for the sci-fi action feature film “that’s hitting […]

The path to loudness nirvana

BBC Academy posted up a good talk from Florian Camerer discussing loudness standards for broadcasting a few years ago. It provides a good overview of the issues and is a great introduction for people to understanding BS.1770 metering. You can check out the full video below:  

A Conversation with Ben Burtt on Perseverance

Shaun Farley has posted an interview with sound design legend Ben Burtt on the Designing Sound website, which gives some insight into the sound design process and the roles of experimentation, failure and perseverance. Read the full thing at: http://designingsound.org/2017/12/a-conversation-with-ben-burtt-on-perserverance/  

How to Keep Your Sound Editor Happy

Jeff Hinton has written a post on the Frame.io blog about “How to Keep Your Sound Editor Happy”. Written from a Sound Editors perspective, it is a useful reference for video editorial staff and film-makers covering best practises for handing over audio to the sound editorial team. How to Keep Your Sound Editor Happy (According […]

Another Foley Movie

Foley is one of those aspects of film and television sound that really captures people’s imagination. Here is yet another short video about Foley to add to the various ones I have linked to on this site already:  

Murch Mix Cue Sheets

There are a couple of “sound cue sheets (not in their original color, alas) for the mix of Apocalypse Now, drawn by Walter Murch; from the excellent new book by Michael Ondaatje, The Conversations: Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film (New York 2002)” reproduced at the following link, along with a couple of […]

Mix Tips and Tricks

Film-Mixing.com has some interesting little organisational tips for Pro Tools on their website at: https://film-mixing.com/2015/09/22/interesting-sound-design-mix-tips-and-tricks/ The EuControl macro looks like an interesting one that I might try out.