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Demystifying Sound Design: 15 Online Learning Resources for Film, Games, and More

Demystifying Sound Design: 15 Online Learning Resources for Film, Games, and More | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it
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WikiLeaks and the Global Future of Free Speech

WikiLeaks and the Global Future of Free Speech | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

"Mr. Assange is not an American citizen, and none of his actions have taken place on American soil. If the United States can prosecute a journalist in these circumstances, the governments of Russia or China could, by the same logic, demand that foreign reporters anywhere on earth be extradited for violating their laws. The setting of such a precedent should deeply concern everyone, admirers of WikiLeaks or not."

 

I find it unsettling how many, many politicians, priests, entertainers and random citizens have 'allegations' of sexual misconduct yet none have been so hunted to answer for their behavior.  May Ecuador set an example against the corruption that has swept the US Government and the countries that collude with them.  What makes even less sense is how strict Ecuador is on their own journalists and countrymen concerning freedom of speech, yet they protect Assange.  

Political games between countries? Dark times indeed.

 

This stinks to high heaven. Free Assange!

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 Free Scythe Plugin, Download Scythe, Free Synth Plugin, Plastaq Software Plugin

 Free Scythe Plugin, Download Scythe, Free Synth Plugin, Plastaq Software Plugin | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it
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Audio Castle Knocker - SparkFun Electronics

Audio Castle Knocker - SparkFun Electronics | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

Sutch a great start to get your audio imagination running for so many uses!  Door? How about the floor? Bed? Use motion sensors to trigger audio?  Great Fun!

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Try The McGurk Audio/Visual Effect! - BBC

Visuals and audio can pose a false perception for our minds.  Creative uses?  Anyone? Yes! 

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Kinect + 3D Graphics + Dubstep = The V Motion Project » Synthtopia

Kinect + 3D Graphics + Dubstep = The V Motion Project » Synthtopia | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

Interactive video using Ableton Live and the body motion sensor Kinect.  Nighttime eye catching multimedia. The future is now!

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SoundWorks Collection | Exclusive Video Profiles » The Sound of Prometheus

SoundWorks Collection | Exclusive Video Profiles » The Sound of Prometheus | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it
The SoundWorks Collection talks with the sound team of Director Ridley Scott’s latest science fiction film “Prometheus” including Supervising Sound Editors Mark Stoeckinger and Victor Ennis, Sound Re-recording Mixers Ron Bartlett and Doug Hemphill,...

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Letter to Emily White at NPR All Songs Considered: Anti Music Piracy

Letter to Emily White at NPR All Songs Considered: Anti Music Piracy | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

3...2...1... Sarcasm for David Lowery: Thanks armchair philosopher Dave, for pointing out the obvious. But as I'm currently swimming up $#!t creek without a paddle, got any practical advise for artists to use while mid-stream? As you can tell, I'm not the best proponent of cleaning spilt milk. Rather, what do we do with it while it's on the floor? ... and leaking under the fridge... and oh, here comes the cat for a sneaky nip. Animal rights would have my hide if I smack it... Wait! Check out the TuuNa... oh, you want some? It'll cost you.

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Magic Frequencies

Magic Frequencies | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it
Before we examine some methods of equalizing, it’s important to note the areas of the audio band and what effect they have on what we hear.
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Dave Pensado on EQ:

Dave Pensado on EQ: | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

Dave Pensado: I think of EQ as an effect much the same way you would add chorus or reverb to a particular instrument or vocal. Like, I might have a vocal where I think it’s really EQed nicely and then I’ll add a little more 3k just to get it to bite a little more. Then it just makes me feel like the singer was trying harder and it brings out a little bit of passion in his or her voice. So I tend to be most effective when I do the standard equalizing, then take it to the next level, thinking of it as an effect.

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Storytelling for the Audio Freelancer

Storytelling for the Audio Freelancer | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

For sound designers and music producers, the one thing needed is a story. Without it, our crafted sonic worlds are without context. Thinking now as a freelance audio creator, the business side has to have a context as well.
A story. The humanity to our craft and why we do it needs to also ring out to the people that we are helping, as we bring their worlds to life. It is not all digital signal flow and electronic transmogrifications.

"The secret to making your story standout" is a great tutorial to helping us share
our excitement of audio with the rest of the universe. Give it a look:

http://www.youngprepro.com/storytelling/  ;

 

Share your business story and use your audio skillz to showcase YOU!

Check out this new app: 

http://storywheel.cc/thecleversheep/story-wheel-is-born#autoplay

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3 Mid-Side Processing Tricks | Audio Geek Zine

3 Mid-Side Processing Tricks | Audio Geek Zine | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

Fun new ways to think about your field of placement when mixing.

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RiP: A Remix Manifesto

Immerse yourself in the energetic, innovative and potentially illegal world of mash-up media with RiP: A Remix Manifesto.

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Sound design technique Ideas

The video explores five different sound design techniques and their application on the short advert. It shows how powerful and diverse these techniques are.
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the video has been blocked regarding copyrigth issues
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 Free Molot Plugin, Download Molot, Free Compressor Plugin, Vladgsound Plugin

 Free Molot Plugin, Download Molot, Free Compressor Plugin, Vladgsound Plugin | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it
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Beck takes music technology back to the 19th century | Digital Trends

Beck takes music technology back to the 19th century | Digital Trends | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it
Beck's new release won't be a record, but a book of sheet music, a product that suggests a future of the music industry based on its past.
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Free Download Blue Cat's FreqAnalyst

Free Download Blue Cat's FreqAnalyst | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

Blue Cat's FreqAnalyst is a free spectrum analyzer plug-in that lets you monitor the spectral content of your audio signal in real time. This plug-in has been designed to provide extreme smoothness and high resolution for both time and frequency: unlike most spectrum analyzers, Blue Cat's FreqAnalyst is able to display continuous variations even with a very high frequency resolution, thanks to its unique smooth interpolation algorithms.

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Incorporating and Reinforcing Your Sound Brand

Incorporating and Reinforcing Your Sound Brand | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it
There is a difference between sound branding and brand association using music.
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Music to Move Babes

Music to Move Babes | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

How music influences the youth and how often they are exposed to it.  Get your DAW's running, the youth is poised to be molded by sound.

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Train Yourself to Listen Objectively - Music Production

Stephen Webber is an Emmy-winning composer and professor of Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music.

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Although this article was in 2012 I still feel the advice given can still be efficent in a producers career. You can train yourself to listen objectivley to understand what your listening to. This benefits when helping a artist craft a song. With that abilty your able to give the right input and be able to bring the best out of a track.

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How music can affect perception: Sound Design and Music

How music can affect perception: Sound Design and Music | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it
This political season, candidates' ads have used music to frighten, inspire, and motivate voters to get out to the polls. Music can do a lot more to communicate a message in TV, films, and other multimedia.
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Frequency Quick Tip:

Frequency Quick Tip: | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

"Interestingly, the human ear is more sensitive to certain octaves in the musical spectrum than to others. The ear is tuned more toward the midrange frequencies, where speech and voice communication occur (I guess we're still cave people), than to the outer octaves of low bass and high frequency musical harmonics.

 

As a result: Very small energy changes in the midrange frequencies cause much more noticeable effects than do larger changes in the very low and/or very high frequency ranges."

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Free Music Production Tutorial Videos, Producer Interviews and more!

Free Music Production Tutorial Videos, Producer Interviews and more! | Music & Sound Design | Scoop.it

A great resource for gaining more knowledge and applicable information for the sound designer and music producers!

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