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KAS Music & Sound: Gallery

KAS Music & Sound: Gallery

Afraid of Recording ADR? Don't Be! This Sound Tutorial Will Show You How | No Film School

Filmmaking and Sound designing Tutorials: 7 Sound designing Tips and Tricks which you feel different from any other articles read before

Maxwell And The Friendship That Defines His Sound  | Noteworthy - YouTube

Maxwell And The Friendship That Defines His Sound

organ music infrasound Hz installs spiritual feelings in audience-(1960s groups have also experimented with infrasound)

Organ music 'instils religious feelings' By Jonathan Amos BBC News Online - People who experience a sense of spirituality in church may be reacting to the extreme bass sound produced by some organ pipes.

Sound Of Cinema: Series celebrating the art of the cinema soundtrack, as Neil Brand explores the work of the great movie composers and demonstrates their techniques.

Sound Of Cinema: Series celebrating the art of the cinema soundtrack, as Neil Brand explores the work of the great movie composers and demonstrates their techniques.

"Masters of Sound Explain the Art of Music Supervision and Sound Design at Tribeca"

Masters of Sound Explain the Art of Music Supervision and Sound Design at Tribeca

"Masters of Sound Explain the Art of Music Supervision and Sound Design at Tribeca"

"La La Land's" sound mixer makes Oscar history with an "invisible" art ... and car horns

'La La Land' sound mixer Ai-ling Lee makes Oscar history with an 'invisible' art . . . and car horns

Oscar-nominated sound editor and mixer Ai-ling Lee talks about her work on & La Land,& making car horns beep in a key that complements the music.

Collaborating with the Music Team – An Interview with Randy Thom

Collaborating with the Music Team – An Interview with Randy Thom .

The Wall of Sound was an enormous public address system designed specifically for the Grateful Dead's live performances by audio engineer Owsley "Bear" Stanley. Used in 1974, the Wall of Sound fulfilled the band's desire for a distortion-free sound system that could also serve as its own monitoring system. The Wall of Sound was the largest concert sound system built at that time. [ #DeadHead #psychedelic #60s #70s ]

McIntosh Laboratory helped the Grateful Dead achieve their signature sound at concerts as part of the band's "Wall of Sound," whose artifacts will be featured in a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum exhibit.

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