Archive for the ‘SD’ Category

Fiona

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Fiona Keenan’s submission to the Science Museum’s OraMIX competition – oramics.herokuapp.com/, good luck Fiona, hope they pick you.

Let Us Go Further With Tape by fiona keenan

Concept mixer for the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Monday, December 5th, 2011

One of the many “extras” this semester included the development of a concept mixer engine for the opening of the RSE’s (Royal Society of Edinburgh) launch of their Young Academy on the 29th November 2011. Keywords from the academics involved are mixed against sounds made by sound designers and images gathered from google images. Thanks to Matt Collings for generating this documentation of the project;

The RSE concept engine by Martin Parker, Matthew Collings, Mauricio Escamilla, Varun Nair and Evan Holm.

Watch this

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Varun and Gervais making a noise

Andy Farnell is here again

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Procedural audio pioneer Andy Farnell has been in Edinburgh again presenting brilliant workshops on procedural audio techniques to students on the MSc Sound Design. Whilst here, he also generously gave a superb and inspirational talk on the journey towards publishing is ground-breaking book Designing Sound at Edinburgh’s This Happened.  Thanks Andy, see you next year!

Please Use The Tramps Provided – WIP

Friday, October 14th, 2011

Please Use The Tramps Provided – Excerpt 03 from pixelmechanic on Vimeo.

Microfiche – by Sound Design research student David Butler

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Presented last year at the Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Arts at the University Of Minnesota.

www.theimpersonalstereo.com/projects/microfiche/

Don’t forget to check out sonicMash where more work by Sound Designers can be found, such as this by Fiona Keenan;

and this by Marco Saez;

Digital Media Studio Project…

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

gets written up in the incredibly chic online magazine Stimulus Respond
Look for the article by Eleni Kontesidou about the unwanted orchestra, enjoy the dolls ; ) www.stimulusrespond.com/. View in full screen to get all the content.

Video documentation from this weekend’s fun in Glasgow

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Video by Jung In Jung (Sound Designer 2010-11) of Music Impossible installed at the Glasgow City Halls, designed by Brendan Doyle, Matt Collings and Jung In Jung.