Michel Chion, on his book Audiovision, considers two approaches regarding sonic flow related to image. One is the Internal Logic with which we assist to an organic chaining development between […]
Last week, I had the wonderful opportunity to go on a field recording trip to this very beautiful place with overwhelming landscape and more than extreme sonic interest, with a […]
Some days ago, I bought 3 piezoelectric transducers, that turned out to be extremely cheap (less than 1€ each), after I found out that contact mics are very easy to […]
An extremely interesting insight of the state of the art in 1928 regarding the movie industry, from the eyes and ears of recently hired sound technician in the sound department at the United Artists movie studio.
There is a curious reluctance from the overall production about including sound in the new movies, which ends up to be understandable due to the limitations and overall inexperience on the sound matter. Everything was new.
It’s a hilarious reading!
Georges Sadoul, on his book Histoire du Cinéma Mondial, des Origines à nos Jours, published in 1949, commented on the revolution that had been taking ground, concerning sound: The flexibility of the magnetic process […]
This is one of a series of posts I’d like to keep writing about. To begin, I want to share this amazing article by Dion Hanson of Dolby Laboratories. Bellow, I provide […]