The Apprehension Engine is a one-of-a-kind electro-acoustic instrument, commissioned by film composer Mark Korven, for creating horror music. Korven wanted a better way of getting unique sounds for his soundtracks, so he worked with luthier Tony Duggan-Smith to create what is described as ‘the spookiest instrument on Earth.”
Here’s a look at sound design and synthesis with the new Synthstrom Deluge.… Read More Sound Design With The Synthstrom Deluge
Synthesist Cuckoo shared this in-depth tutorial on the Teenage Engineering Pocket Operator PO-32 Tonic drum machine and its software sibling, Microtonic.
The latest episode of AudioNowcast features Eric Persing, famed sound designer and founder of Spectrasonics. … Read More AudioNowcast Features Spectrasonics Founder Eric Persing
The video highlights how much effort goes into creating even a few seconds of cinematic sound – and how the sound effects are complete fabrications, designed to create a sense of exaggerated realism. … Read More Cinematic Automobile Sound Design Deconstructed
This video takes a look at the sound design of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.… Read More The Sound Design Of Rogue One
This set of videos features a variety of custom patches for the new Arturia MatrixBrute.… Read More Arturia MatrixBrute Synthesizer Custom Patches
The Art of Listening is a new documentary about the journey music takes to reach a listener’s ear, from the intent of an instrument maker and composer, to the producers and engineers who capture and preserve an artist’s voice.… Read More The Art of Listening (Documentary)