Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tron legacy sound design………Amazingness! (in lack of better words).

So, a couple of weeks ago, I accidently stumbled upon “Tron”. The original movie from 1982. Believe it or not, but I had never heard of it before (only it’s younger sequel from 2010). Right from the beginning I could … Continue reading

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…Back in the good old days..

Here we have it in all it’s glory: The mighty Roland Space Echo RE 201. I got one of these about 10 years ago (actually it’s bigger brother the Space Echo RE 301). It was sitting in the back of … Continue reading

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Do we really need 24bit/44.1khz? Take the test!

It really is kind of ironic, but the current trend seems to be “MORE”, but with that “MORE” comes “LOW QUALITY”. The past 10 years have allowed us to enjoy much more music, much faster and alot easier.┬áProportionally to that, … Continue reading

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In case you didn’t notice! – “Live From The Basement”.

Nigel Godrich, one of my all time favorite producers by the way, has a collection of live performances caught on HD, featuring an amazaing array of artists ranging from Radiohead to Jarvis Cocker. “The whole emphasis of the show is … Continue reading

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60’s sound design, here we go!

Sound editor/mixer Andrew Walker has launched Film Sound Effects, a huge vintage sound library distributed in a modern way, independent, digital. The library started in 1966 by re-recording mixer Gerry Humphreys (Ghandi, The Italian Job, Blade Runner) and sound recordist … Continue reading

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