How They Make Whooshes, Zips, and Bangs

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Below is a huge list of sound designers speaking about their process for a variety of projects, mostly feature films. I want you to pick one to watch (you may chose a ‘part’ and not watch the whole it’s your choice). Please quote something you learned from the designer and compare it to our gathered understanding of sound design discussed in Thursday’s class.

Next chose a film or video that you think is another representative example of what you learned from the designer. You may not use the same film(s) the designer is talking about. Find a new one! Embed that clip and describe your comparison.

INDIANA JONES Sound Design Featurette part1‬

INDIANA JONES Sound Design Featurette part2

Animation Sound Design: Ben Burtt Creates the Sounds for Wall-E (Part 2 of 2)

CRASH! BANG! BOOM! The Wild Sounds of Treg Brown part1

CRASH! BANG! BOOM! The Wild Sounds of Treg Brown part2

‪Recording Whooshes for “Kung Fu Panda”‬

Behind the Sound of “Transformers”

Making Of: Prism – Sound Design

Action Movie Sound Design

Worldizing: a sound design concept – by Walter Murch

Ben Burtt on Lightsaber Sound Design

Sound Design – Star Wars Episode II 

King Kong Sound Design – Part 1 of 7

King Kong Sound Design – Part 2 of 7

King Kong Sound Design – Part 3 of 7

King Kong Sound Design – Part 4 of 7

King Kong Sound Design – Part 5 of 7

King Kong Sound Design – Part 6 of 7

King Kong Sound Design – Part 7 of 7

Making of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Sound Design

Jurassic Park sound

LOTR2 TT Sound Design part 1

LOTR2 TT Sound Design part 2

LOTR2 TT Sound Design part 3

LOTR 1 TFOTR Sound Design part 1

LOTR 1 TFOTR Sound Design part 2

 

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