Here we go again with the best roundup on the world of Sound with with Weekly Sounds, what happened during this week?
Two interesting articles on the side of acoustic research: New Spin on ‘Sound Sleep’, where a study shows that playing sounds to the rhythm of oscillations in slow-wave sleep boosts memory, and Dyslexia Linked to Brain’s Inconsistency with Encoding Sound, in which researchers discover children who are the best readers are also the ones who encode the sound most consistently. New perspectives for Audio Branding?
Great opportunity for sound designers, audio engineers and music composers: call for International Music + Sound Awards http in the following categories: Original Composition (Television Advertising, Cinema Advertising, Television Soundtrack, Film Soundtrack, Gaming, Radio Advertising, Non Broadcast / Viral Advertising, Trailers and Promos, Branding and Titles), Sound Design (Television Advertising, Cinema Advertising, Television, Soundtrack, Film Soundtrack, Gaming, Radio Advertising, Non Broadcast / Viral Advertising, Trailers and Promos, Branding and Titles) and Sync (Television Advertising, Cinema Advertising, Television Soundtrack, Film Soundtrack, Gaming, Radio Advertising, Non Broadcast / Viral Advertising, Trailers and Promos, Branding and Titles, Re-Records and Adaptations).
Faster Carlo! Run! Run! Run! Record! Record! Record! is the new post from the stories of One Year in Sound by our super friend Carlo, while studying and having fun at Vancouver Film School.
Kickstarter is the place where we can find something innovative starting to happen also in the field of Sound: The Vo-96 Acoustic Synthesizer is a new project asking for fundings for a new system for creating sounds using an acoustic guitar. You can watch the video of the pitch below.
Last interesting news of the week is old footage but always amazing: You’ll Never Guess How the Dinosaur Sounds in Jurassic Park Were Made is an article dedicated to the amazing work of Gary Rydstrom in Steven Spielberg action classic.
Super quick list of articles by our favorite friends in Sound:
- Leon Theremin Gets His Own Comic Book, And Then Things Get Strange
- Pure Data Wavetable Synth
- Composer Hans Zimmer – Building his Dark Knight Rises mobile app
Have a nice next week in Sound 🙂
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