▶ Given the maleness of the industry, it’s a surprise to realise just how many classic films have been crafted by female editors: Scissor sisters
▶ The best quotes from Brian Eno’s John Peel Lecture
▶ hmmmm… Vinyl sales are more valuable than ad-supported streaming in 2015
▶ learning to roar?
▶ Humpbacks synchronize their music across oceans, and there’s sheet music to prove it… apparently
▶ great news: Ryuichi Sakamoto to score next film by Birdman director González Iñárritu
▶ “When we learn to speak the ‘why’ of sound, we are speaking the language of storytelling.” – Mark Mangini
▶ nice work Moog – a great entry point & really great to see expansion with other modules in that video!!
▶ Contact microphone recording of kite line scream by Tom Benedict
#150 Cored Dacron kite line + 6′ rokkaku kite + 6kt variable wind
Piezo contact microphone attached to a carabiner that was part of the ground tackle recorded to Tascam DR-70D
▶ support the doco: Deep Listening – The Story of Pauline Oliveros on indiegogo
▶ Any thoughts on soundly? “Soundly lets you drag sound effects from the cloud and drop them into your project, saving precious time….” – not quite sure how relying on the speed of your internet connection is going to ‘save time’ when compared with accessing & searching local hard drives, so its aim must be to act as a search engine for online resources in which case its use is totally dependent on what resources it can actually access…. time will tell, but one thing is sure – it may not be the first (SoundMiner can access some online libraries) but it wont be the last…
▶ check that uber double bass at 1’26”