I heard from many who enjoyed my InFamous 2 Behind the Music Scene post. Here’s another mini doc on the music for SOCOM 4 that comes out this Tuesday. I got to work behind the scenes on the orchestral recordings for this on too.
After lots of contemplation, hard work, and prayer, our gorgeous miracle house is on the market. Spread the word. It would be fun if someone we knew got this incredible home with the nifty studio.
The studio gear has been scaled back a bit – mostly for the real estate tour photos. Still in full operation I assure you with Caroline de Lone in recently and the annual Archbishop Mitty mixing going on.
I don’t think this solution from this audio company for helping 2010 FIFA World Cup broadcasters out is meant to be funny, but that is precisely what makes it a bit humorous to me:
Nonetheless, a great company. I find myself using their modeling software more and more.
Now that I consider it, seems that all the cool tech/gear trade shows I enjoy attending carry some cool kind of acronym moniker. I’ve been going to AES shows ever since I got into audio. Have enjoyed many NAB shows in Las Vegas. More recently, GDC, GANG, AIAS, and HMMA have been relevant to my work with SCEA…
But the one show of all shows that I’ve never attended has been NAMM. Finally, I’m off to NAMM tomorrow in LA to check out the wonders there. Everyone touts it as a great show. I’m very much looking forward.
Will report back here on any great findings.
For my more normal, non-geek-talk friends, that means more audio processing power.
I love the fact that we need to up the processing power again. It means that we’re working with more high resolution sound and more suround sound now. Great!
Can’t wait work in all the 3D picture stuff that Sony just announced at CES last week too..!
Andrew Buresh doing all the heavy thumb lifting in the photo there for all you people taggers.