Composer/sound designer Diego Stocco has released a new episode in his new Feedforward Sounds series of premium sound design tutorials.
In this tutorial, Stocco looks at Convolution Processing. Here’s what he has to say about it:
Convolution processors are used for a variety of applications these days, emulation of real acoustic spaces, sonic behavior of hardware devices and more. When used properly they can add an aura or realism to the initial sound source.
But the concept of ‘reality’ in sound is exactly what a sound designer intends to transform, so rather than using a convolution processor as a static tool to approximate reality, I decided to use it in a different way, to perform with sound design as it would be possible to perform with a instrument.
Here is the preview video for the tutorial:
Each of Stocco’s videos in this series is priced at $9.99 and is available here.