Music Technology Posts from September, 2010

Stretching Pop Into An Ambient Epic

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

It’s not often that a 35-minute ambient music track goes viral, but last month this is precisely what happened when Shamantis uploaded a Justin Bieber song – slowed down 800%. The resulting whooshy soundscape has now generated over two million plays on Soundcloud…

Music Production Workspaces

Monday, September 20th, 2010

The environment in which you are operating can have a significant influence on both inspiration and workflow. For a studio, it’s important to have some degree of acoustic treatment simply to enable yourself to accurately hear what’s in the mix, but the impact of the workspace itself is an interesting topic to consider. A couple of sites have compiled records of various artists’ workspaces…

The Art Of Sound Design

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Creating sound for picture is a challenging task, particularly when dealing with the fictional realms so often found in modern movies. Here we have three different angles on sound design from some of the most experienced heads in the business…