Overview of The Audio Arts Industry
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How to Become a Sound Designer

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Sound designers play a very important role in a wide variety of productions. Although not one single job description may capture just what every sound designer does*, those interested in sound design as a career may want to read a sound designer job description. 

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Here is how you become a sound designer, what kind of skills and education you need. It is the basics since Sound Design is learned with practice more than anything.

 

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Janet Jacobs's curator insight, February 20, 2014 1:09 PM

Would an Audio Degree be ♪music♪ to your ears? Learn how to become a Sound Designer here. ow.ly/tPv2i #sounddesigner #audio

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Sound Design: Step One – Theme

Sound Design: Step One – Theme | Overview of The Audio Arts Industry | Scoop.it
The first step to sound designing a film is defining the theme of the project.  The theme is the overall mood of the piece; is it an up-beat romance comedy or a dark murder mystery.

A thema...

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This article talks about choosing a theme, what is the film about? What kind of beat goes along with it? Once that is chosen, the author reveals a few steps to follow in order to come up with good sound effects and a good soundtrack, he also talks about people who are involved in the business and recommends some of their channels.

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The Quietus | Features | Things I Have Learned | Chris Watson On Recording The Music Of The Natural World

The Quietus | Features | Things I Have Learned | Chris Watson On Recording The Music Of The Natural World | Overview of The Audio Arts Industry | Scoop.it
In Cabaret Voltaire, Chris Watson used tape loops and field recordings as a pioneer of industrial music. Now, he is a sound recordist for BBC nature programmes who also works on installations, films and his own albums.

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Chris Watson has been studying sounds since he got his first tape recorder in the late 60's, he is now a sound artist for BBC and specializes on recording nature's sounds and working for documentaries. He also talks about the places he's liked the most to record sounds and his style. Talking a little bit about sound pollution and how it is affecting everyone's daily life by not being able to listen to everything correctly. psychological changes.

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The Disney Cartoon That Introduced Mickey Mouse & Animation with Sound (1928)

The Disney Cartoon That Introduced Mickey Mouse & Animation with Sound (1928) | Overview of The Audio Arts Industry | Scoop.it


In 1927, The Jazz Singer starring Al Jolson, one of the first great 'talkies' to use synchronized singing and speech, hit American theaters and thrilled audiences.

 

( Most interesting about Disney how they were built on stolen ideas and culture and yet are the ones to clamp down hardest on any use of "their" characters or work)


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In this article, we learn about the first cartoon to ever have sound effects in it. We're talking about Mickey's debut from Disney's studios in "Steamboat Willie". This is Disney's first cartoon with sounds, it doesn't really say how the sounds were made but I found it fascinating that this is the first cartoon with all these things included. Disney was definitely a man who changed the way we watch movies and TV now a days.

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박시연's curator insight, November 8, 2014 1:51 AM

I think we have to say thank you to Disney and Mickey Mouse. Thanks to them, we can now enjoy various animations and characters that can make us happy.

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‘Super 8’ Sound

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Sound Design and Re-Recording for Abrams’ New Film


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In this article, the author takes us through the journey of sound designing for the film "Super8". Throughout the article we learn what items where used to make some of the sounds in the film and how he came across these sounds, how did he get the idea. He gives examples of scenes like the sewer scene where he actually went to a sewer and recorded himself kicking things around it and moving things around, it also gave him background noise for other scenes.

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