Finalist! Berlin International Sound Design Awards 2019

We are happy to announce that we were awarded finalist for our participation in the Berlin International Sound Design Competition.

It was a wonderfully complex and exciting project, and the competition was exceptional, we look forward to next year.

To see more about this collective of world class designers please visit: BIFSC

In Tokyo, These Trains Jingle All The Way

While most train stations alert passengers with basic dings and dongs, metro riders in Japan are treated to uniquely crafted melodies. Minoru Mukaiya is the mastermind behind these jingles—he’s made around 200 distinct chimes for over 110 stations. For Minoru, there’s no greater joy than bringing a little bit of music to millions across Japan every day.
 

credit: Great Big Story

In Praise of 70mm

The Royal Ocean Film Society's look back at 70mm... and why I desperately need to see Lawrence of Arabia in a big theatre.

Excerpt - The time to ramble on and on about glorious 70mm has come but instead of waxing lyrical about the look and texture of the format, let's dive into its fascinating history and take a few minutes to explore how the development of 70mm actually helped save Hollywood from potential ruin.

credit: The Royal Ocean Film Society

 

How the epic sound of 'Avengers: Infinity War' was made

"Avengers: Infinity War is an astonishing hit, and in this exclusive A Sound Effect interview, award-winning supervising sound editor Shannon Mills shares the inside-story on how the film's powerful sound was created."

A fantastic read with real insight into sound design techniques and tools that are often kept secret.

Full article here: https://www.asoundeffect.com/avengers-infinity-war-sound/

warning: contains spoilers