Tag: sound design

Sound Design Tutorial with the Hybrid Library

December 12, 2017 by Andrew Emge in Hybrid Library, Sound Design

Bring stories to life with the Hybrid Library – your go-to general sound library for daily use on any project. Watch Jonah Guelzo (Divergent, RoboCop, Furious 7) use the Hybrid Library to quickly search and spot sound effects to design and mix a suspenseful short film scene. Learn why having access to …

Building Sonic Worlds: Mark Mangini on the dynamic, immersive sound of Blade Runner 2049

November 16, 2017 by Andrew Emge in Film Sound, Interviews

Take an in-depth look at the creation process of Blade Runner 2049’s bold sonic universe with supervising sound editor Mark Mangini. The sound of Blade Runner 2049 is striking. Even non-soundfolk are likely to recognize the crucial role it plays throughout the expansive follow-up to Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci-fi cult …

Inside the sleek, interactive sound design of award-winning iOS puzzle app Blackbox

October 31, 2017 by Andrew Emge in Game Audio, Interviews, Sound Design

Discover how the sound design of Blackbox was created to complement and guide its unique gameplay. When developer Ryan McLeod devised the abstract puzzle iOS app Blackbox, he began on the principle that all challenges be solvable without touching the screen. The result was much more than that: a collection of …

Translating Emotion: Sound design for advertising with Joseph Fraioli

October 16, 2017 by Andreas Russo in Interviews, Sound Design

Step inside the process and experiences of sound designing ads for some of the world’s biggest companies. Joseph Fraioli is a sound designer and PSE Master Library user working on some of the most interesting advertising projects out there, with clients ranging from Ogilvy to Google. He works out of …

Designing the Afterlife: Behind the sound of Flatliners

October 4, 2017 by Jennifer Walden in Film Sound, Interviews

Discover the methods and tools used by the Flatliners sound team to guide the viewer between worlds. What happens after you die? In the film Flatliners, now in theaters, a group of medical students seek the answer to that question by intentionally stopping their hearts for a specified amount of time. …

The Odyssey Collection: Essentials Library Tour with Brad Engleking

September 27, 2017 by Andrew Emge in Library Reviews

Take an inside look (and listen) at the quality, depth, and breadth of The Odyssey Collection: Essentials. Watch sound supervisor and re-recording mixer Brad Engleking (Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Machete Kills & more) explore The Odyssey Collection: Essentials. Discover what he finds most useful and why he loves the library’s depth, recording …

4,000 Hours & Counting: How to sculpt a professional sound effects library

September 22, 2017 by Andrew Emge in How-To, Sound Effects

Discover the Pro Sound Effects Editorial Team’s approach to developing The Odyssey Collection sound effects library and tools of choice to get the job done. When we partnered with Mark Mangini and Richard L. Anderson to create The Odyssey Collection, we were very impressed with the quality and the depth …

Announcing The Odyssey Collection: Essentials by Mark Mangini & Richard L. Anderson

September 14, 2017 by Andrew Emge in Library Releases

Available now – exclusive sound library curated from the life’s work of two Academy Award®-winners encompassing over 36 years of feature film sound. We are proud to announce The Odyssey Collection: Essentials – the first exclusive sound effects library from our partnership with award-winning sound editors Mark Mangini & Richard …

How to create Pro Tools session templates for sound effects editing

August 22, 2017 by Andrew Emge in How-To

Configure Pro Tools session templates for efficient FX and background editorial. Templates are a very important part of the sound editing process. When I begin a project, it’s essential that I’m not wasting energy reorganizing and rerouting tracks. Instead, when I begin editorial, I want to focus on the story …

Sound design tips from Oscar® winner Sylvain Bellemare

August 16, 2017 by Andrew Emge in Film Sound, Interviews, Sound Design

Discover how sound designer and editor Sylvain Bellamare uses backgrounds and silence to guide narrative. Sylvain Bellemare, winner of the 2017 Academy Award® for Best Sound Editing for his work on Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi film Arrival, was featured on the latest episode of CBC Arts’ The Filmmakers – an interview series highlighting creative talent behind popular …