Sound Design Exercise
Given 9-30 second files consisting of pure sine waves. 45Hz, 100Hz, 173Hz, 200Hz, 260Hz, 400Hz, 500Hz, 800Hz, 1400Hz.
Requirements were I could chop up the files however I wish and layered them in any combination or order to make any sort of audio piece. I did not have to use all the files. However I could ONLY use Volume and Panning with NO other processing AND it had to be exactly 2 minutes.
Listen to some Tom Waits talk about a First Kiss while you read.
So after a couple months, I finally got my site up and rolling. Not bad for an audio guy doing it himself. Of course there’s still A LOT of little things I need to figure out and tweek until I decide to take it to a web guru to really polish it up. BUT never-the-less, I now have something more than a glorified business card up online. My intentions other than having this site as a portfolio site is to start blogging my journey into the audio world. Initially I will be talking about and soon enough posting videos about production techniques, studio setup, live sound, business, music & film reviews and much more. All together it will be chock-full of information on the entertainment business with focus on music.
Enjoy The Show.
Can I get an 'Amen'? … Tom Waits in 2004. Photograph: Michael Kappeler/AFP/Getty Images