Ask Video – Sound Design 102: Capturing the Sound of Berlin [Tutorial, ENG]

By | June 12, 2019

 

Year of release : 2016
Manufacturer : Ask Video
Manufacturer site : www.askvideo.com/course/sound-design-102-capturing-the-sound-of-berlin
Posted by : Timo Preece
Duration : 02:11:10
Type of handing out material : Video Tutorial
Language : English

 

Description : Join Timo Preece, the sound engineer, when he explores the abandoned buildings of Berlin and records many unique sounds. Then, see how he turns them into audio in his workstation, and how he creates an amazing sound library!


He added that it was a sounding of the sound of the sound. Then, see how he played the audio in his DAW as builds an amazing sound library!
Timo Preece is a master sound designer. In this exclusive “docu-torial”, it’s a stasi counter-intelligence headquarters. He also has been recording his car for a couple of years and has been on the go.
Learn all about field technical challenges. Timo explains the different methods of X-ray mic placement, ORTF, Spaced Pair and more. You will also learn how to turn out the sound of the electro-acoustic goodness.
Art of your own impulse responses. This is where you can see how it was convolve. If you recorded this solution, you should note that you recorded it.

Content

01 Moving to Berlin (04:27)
02 Benefits of Recording Found Sound (03:10)
03 Goals & Strategy (02:37)
00 4DIY Affordable Professional Equipment (02:44)
05 Recording Equipment (02:38)
06 Microphones (04:36)
07 Sonic Props & Sound Exciters (03:04)
08 Ballroom Drum Rack (05:20)
09 Mono Recording (04:07)
10 Singing Bowl Instrument (04:53)
11 Stereo Recording & Phase Cancellation (03:03)
12 Stereo X / Y Placement (01:43)
13 Bowed Guitar Effected (07:09)
14 Stereo ORTF Placement (05:25)
15 Spaced Pair A / B Placement (02:07)
16 Granulator Gong Instrument (06:54)
17 Using Lavalier Microphones (04:04)
18 Lavalier Mic Processing (03:12)
19 Contact Microphones (03:04)
20 Reamping (03:34)
21 Worldizing: Pt. 1 (05:17)
22 Worldizing: Pt. 2 (04:14)
23 Convolution Reverb (01:55)
24 Recording Impulse Responses: Transient Method (01:46)
25 Recording Impulse Responses: Sine Sweep Method (01:54)
26 Impulse Measurement Tools (04:55)
27 Convolving Hardware & Software (05:43)
28 Creative Convolving (06:07)
29 Amalgamation: Combining IRs (09:33)
30 Adding Effect Processing: Pt.1 (06:14)
31 Adding Effect Processing: Pt.2 (03:28)
32 Conclusion (02:00)

Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 16: 9, 30,000 frames / second, ~ 1475 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 44.1 kHz, 96.0 Kbps, 2 channels

 

 











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