This work was part of the M3M (Maximum 3 Minutes) event and presented at the Finnish Nature Photographers Association’s winter days in March 2015. It consists of short random scenes throughout the year showing some of the Finnish nature.
From the delicate intricacies used to display the fastidiousness of a character, to the overzealous noises paying tribute to a genre–here is a quick video I created to showcase the many unique and effective sounds used in the films of Quentin Tarantino.
I recorded the sounds of thermal vents, mud pots, hot springs and more, while in Yellowstone in September 2011. The first half of the video is mostly mud pots, a famous geyser, and a bubbling hot spring inside a cave but the 2nd half features vents that sound like washing machines, a steam engine, popcorn popping and much more.
This spur of the moment idea was inspired while sitting along side the road in the Lamar Valley and not seeing any wildlife when suddenly, a wolf howled from within the forest just a few hundred feet away. I immediately put the shot gun mic on my camera and discovered a world of sound I had been ignoring. There after, I decided to really focus on the sounds coming from Yellowstone.
I look forward to doing much more sound recording in Yellowstone, hopefully in 2012. And then, I will bring 2 shotgun mics so that I can record in stereo. I have also made my own blimp to overcome wind noise but did not have that in the September trip.
This was shot almost entirely on a Canon XH-A1 in 1080/24p, and using an Audio-Technica AT835b shot gun microphone. A few scenes at the end of the video were shot with a Lumix GH-2.
Dieses Instrument erinnert mich an ein Berghorn mit Seiten, hat aber rein gar nichts mit der Klanglandschaft von Bergidylle gemeinsam. Vielmehr erinnert das Yaybahar von Görkem Şen an Synthetische Klangerzeugung. Schön das die Suche nach neuen Klängen und Erzeugungsmethoden immer noch weiter geht.
Die NASA besitzt nun einen offiziellen SoundCloud Account und dieser ist wirklich großartig. Von Aufnahmen des Funkverkehrs, bis hin zu Planeten Sounds, die auf unseren Frequenzbereich angepasst wurden. Mein absoluter Favoriet ist die Playlist Solar System & Beyond Sounds.