Recording Industry: Film/Video Sound
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A live demonstration using synthesis to create unique sounds. Topics included a brief overview of how we arrived at the methods of synthesis commonly used today, why you should avoid using presets, and examples of working with techniques like physical modeling and wavetable synthesis to create novel sounds. Presented by co-authors of Creating Sounds from Scratch (Oxford University Press) Andrea Pejrolo, Chair, Contemporary Writing & Production, Berklee College of Music, and Scott B. Metcalfe, Director of Recording Arts and Sciences and Chair of Computer Music and Music for New Media at the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University.
Scott B. Metcalfe, Peabody Conservatory, Johns Hopkins - Severna Park, MD, USA; Baltimore, MD, USA
Andrea Pejrolo, Berklee College of Music - Boston, MA, USA
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