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  • News: The Anti-Antisocial Field Recording Method b

    News: The Anti-Antisocial Field Recording Method b

    September 13, 2017, 6:47 am
    We’ve all been there: You travel to a new place (e.g. Yellowstone Nat’l Park) to capture its open atmospheres and unique animals (prairie dogs and buffalo), but every time you press record you are interrupted by human activity (motorcycles!). Whether recording new places across the world or just few hours away, we’re often reminded we […]

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    • Sunday Sound Thought #101: Unplug
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      Sunday Sound Thought #101: Unplug

      January 21, 2018, 5:03 pm
      I appreciate the irony of writing this for my volunteer gig, on the weekend, after months of working overtime. I need a break. We all do. It’s a privilege to do creative work for a living. Most of us would be doing what we do in our free time if we weren’t getting paid for […]

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    • BAFTA Nominations 2018 Announced
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      BAFTA Nominations 2018 Announced

      January 20, 2018, 6:57 am
      The British Film Academy of Film and Television has just announced the nominees for 2018’s BAFTA Awards. Among the nominees in the category “Sound” are: BABY DRIVER Tim Cavagin, Mary H. Ellis, Julian Slater BLADE RUNNER 2049 Ron Bartlett, Doug Hemphill, Mark Mangini, Mac Ruth, Theo Green DUNKIRK Richard King, Gregg Landaker, Gary A. Rizzo, Mark Weingarten THE […]

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    • Watson Wu: Hearing is Believing
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      Watson Wu: Hearing is Believing

      January 18, 2018, 1:46 pm
      Recently, Watson Wu helped Mercedes-Benz Canada put sound at the forefront in the company’s new commercial. The 30-second spot, mixed in 9.1-channel Dolby Atmos for theaters, gives moviegoers the chance to feel surrounded by a Mercedes-AMG Sedan as it whips around in the darkness, squealing tires and all. With a good pair of headphones (and if […]

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    • Annual Pre-GDC Meetup on Sunday March 18th
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      Annual Pre-GDC Meetup on Sunday March 18th

      January 15, 2018, 6:21 pm
      Wait, why is there a company logo at the head of this post?! For the last few years, we’ve held a community meetup in San Franciso the Sunday of the week of GDC. We’re continuing that tradition this year, but this time we’ve got a sponsor! You may have spotted this on our Facebook or […]

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    • Sunday Sound Thought #100: The Benefits of Unique
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      Sunday Sound Thought #100: The Benefits of Unique

      January 14, 2018, 7:20 pm
      I’ve been reading a book in my spare time called How to Win Friends & Influence People, by Dale Carnegie, and have been shocked by how applicable the book’s lessons are to everyday life. Carnegie’s thoughts and experiences are more than just useful for people running companies or trading stocks; they are important for us, […]

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    • Sound Designer Closeup: An Interview with The Nois
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      Sound Designer Closeup: An Interview with The Nois

      January 9, 2018, 9:37 am
      Meet David Philipp: Sound Designer and Co-Founder of The Noiseworks Ltd. Based out of London, UK, David’s work has appeared on many release trailers for Total War: Warhammer and Warhammer II as well as the Total War titles, including Rome II, Attila, Kingdoms, and Warharmmer (where he was a lead creature designer). He is also […]

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    • Monthly Theme: History Of
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      Monthly Theme: History Of

      January 1, 2018, 6:11 pm
      In all of the industries we sound professionals work in, we are constantly looking to the future. We are looking forward at deadlines, new projects, vacations, conventions, invoices, and bills. In my experience; the past history of what we do and how we did it is a bit deemphasized. We live in a time where […]

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    • Our Favorite Sounds of 2017
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      Our Favorite Sounds of 2017

      January 1, 2018, 6:11 pm
      The year 2017 has been one of many great articles, interviews, and discussions here at Designing Sound and we want to thank all of our readers for their attention, suggestions, contributions, and overwhelming support. There have been so many great films, shows, games, and events this year that we thought we would share some of our favorites for […]

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    • Spanning Pre to Post across Coast to Coast – an
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      Spanning Pre to Post across Coast to Coast – an

      December 22, 2017, 10:55 am
      Will Ralston covers a multitude of different spectrums. Originally hailing Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, he now splits his time across the country working in multiple roles in various facets of the entertainment business with numerous credits in episodic television, feature films and a couple of video games. He has extensive experience in post production as a sound editor, Foley editor, […]

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    • Mapping Sound to Color
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      Mapping Sound to Color

      December 20, 2017, 5:31 am
      For this month’s topic of Spectrum, I decided to take the word literally, as applied to color, and consider its relationship to sound. The impetus for this decision was a conversation I had with a co-worker, the late sound designer Stillwind Borenstein, about thirteen years ago. He explained an interest that, since both sound and […]

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