If I download a movie in the Bahamas, does it make me a pirate of the Caribbean?
Yeah, can be used for surrealistic scenes in movies where the time freezes or something.
This video is a good example of what sound can do. There are sonic weapons based on low frequencies. Human body is about 60% water, just imagine how music with lots of low freqs, like dubstep, D&b and such influence your body. Must be really devastating.
Well, I took time and browsed through all recent radio imaging submissions and guess what – the “most wanted” is not so wanted after all – only one submission was sold. So, I don’t understand the buzz around those Radio Imaging noises…
We felt that the arrangement /and production levels of the track were, on reflection, perhaps a little lower than what we usually approve. It sounds a bit basic, the timing is not tight enough, and the recording sounds a little muffled. Initially I felt that the music had a certain grungy appeal, but on second thoughts it might just come across as less than our usual quality of music (which would also not help your portfolio)
Sorry, I know that you’re looking for encouragements, but they are right.
it sounds like idea – not full ready project but just sketch – interesting, but not finished.My thought exactly.