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Diego Stocco – From Sound Design To Soundtracks » Synthtopia

Diego Stocco – From Sound Design To Soundtracks » Synthtopia | Soundtrack | Scoop.it

Diego Stocco is a name familiar to many Synthtopia readers. Stocco is known for his sound design work with Spectrasonics; his inspirational sound design videos; his unique instrument designs; and for torching pianos.

 

His most recent project is the soundtrack for the horror film, Chernobyl Diaries. The soundtrack draws on all his background, from sound design to custom instruments. You can hear some cues from the soundtrack at Stocco’s portfolio page.

 

Synthtopia’s James Lewin talked to Stocco about his work on the soundtrack, his journey from sound design to soundtrack work and why he’s hellbent on torching pianos.

Jacob Dakota Gray's curator insight, October 11, 2016 1:55 PM

Diego Stocco is known for his sound design work for Spectrasonics. He provides intellect on creative ways to make unique sounds with common instruments. He is also known for his torching of pianos. His ideas for creating unique sounds, I personally believe, is what makes him stand out over the rest. One example to confirm this, is the fact that he literally takes an axe to an old, out of tune piano. Diego really stands out for his sound design methods.

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Chernobyl Diaries OST / Instruments and Techniques

Chernobyl Diaries OST / Instruments and Techniques | Soundtrack | Scoop.it
Composing the music for "Chernobyl Diaries" gave Diego Stocco the opportunity to experiment with new playing techniques on his custom built instruments, as well as hybrid techniques on electric bass, acoustic and electric guitar, zithers and percussions.…...
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