This past weekend I was up in Reno to visit friends, family and to celebrate my fiancé and I's engagement with my family up North since we reside in Los Angeles. I decided before we made the trip up that I was going to record some of my dad's toys that live in his amazing garage! I've been creating my mobile SFX recording rig for quite some time and I was super excited to start recording. First up, recording the 1967 Triumph Bonneville 650cc. I absolutely love this incredible
Sound design doesn't have many walls or barriers that you MUST abide by. You can literally take your smart phone and go out and record yourself hitting a metal dumpster, a light post, your desk.... I think you see where I'm going with this. If you can record something - you can edit that sound and turn it into something magical. I stumbled upon this video while browsing Facebook and it immediately caught my attention. I love seeing other creators doing what they love and maki
Ian Vargo over at Pro Audio Files wrote up a fantastic blog outlining the different roles within the post production team. This is definitely worth the read if you've ever wondered what everyone does! Be sure to checkout all of the other great articles Ian has published here. Sound Supervisor (Supervising Sound Editor) Perhaps the most important role in Post-Production Audio, the Supervising Sound Editor oversees virtually every other member of the sound team on a production.
About 3 months ago, Soundmorph posted on their official Facebook page. The entire sound designer community has been sitting on the edge of their seats in anticipation of this release! Soundmorph kept teasing us... Finally, on July 10th 2018, Soundmorph dropped their latest and BIGGEST release of all time! And I must say that it's been well worth the wait. This soundpack is absolutely HUGE! It's filled with 12.5GB of meticulously curated & crafted robot sound effects. There ar