Capturing the Sound of Berlin

Developer: ASK Video

Current Version: 2.1.0

Last Updated: 8 months ago

Download Size: 632.9 MB - Download

Description:

Join sound designer Timo Preece as he sonically explores Berlin’s abandoned structures while recording a plethora of unique sounds. Then, see how he transforms the audio in his DAW as builds an amazing sound library!

App Features:
• 131 minutes of video training
• Super clear explanations
• Offline Playback (no internet connection needed)
• Easy to navigate

Course Outline:
1. Moving to Berlin (04:27)
2. Benefits of Recording Found Sound (03:10)
3. Goals & Strategy (02:37)
4. DIY Affordable Professional Equipment (02:44)
5. Recording Equipment (02:38)
6. Microphones (04:36)
7. Sonic Props & Sound Exciters (03:04)
8. Ballroom Drum Rack (05:20)
9. 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)

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