A personal note of a white artist stand on the Black Lives Matter Movement

With the emergent rise of protests against police brutality and systematic racism, it has become increasingly important that we become active voices against racial discrimination. I am writing this note trying to not pollute the web with redundant content, but I find it important that the readers of this blog are assured I do not […]

“Croaks, squelches, waterfalls”: The Guardian features Swedish Forest Textures

A very nice article by Harley Brown talking about environmentalism, ecology, the pandemic and the healing factors of nature sounds. It was lovely to talk to Harley and I’m happy beyond words to have been featured! Featuring also: Lucrecia Dalt, Aaron Dilloway, Carina Pesch, Bernie Krause and Gordon Hempton. Read the article here.

A method for organizing field recordings – part 2

Thank you everyone who has read and commented on part 1 and welcome to the second part of this article in which I describe my workflow after I listened through everything, placed markers and regions for specific information and taken notes aside. The main reason why listening through, cleaning and marking before displaying the clips […]

Swedish Forest Textures – new field recording album

Today I am very happy to share with everyone some beautiful soundscapes from the Swedish Forest. These recordings were originally done in April of 2018 for the film Ghabe which, along with months of dedication to the sound design, ended up awarding us with the European Cinematography Awards of Best Sound. The album is available […]

3 Film Directors That Place Importance on Sound

What follows is an article I wrote for the SFX website SoundSnap. I discuss some examples of films of Terrence Malick, Gus Van Sant and Hayao Miyazaki (whose sound design’s film The Wind Rises has been dissected on previous articles) and mention very interesting interviews with their sound designers. These director have gotten my attention […]