This time last year, Cities and Memory presented their round up of the best sound design tools of 2015, as suggested by contributing artists.
Here, they update the piece for 2016 by asking several of their most frequent contributors which tools they’ve been using to work with sound this year.
In each case, you can hear the tools in action in some of their Cities and Memory pieces.
Read the article here:
From Cities and Memory:
Free album released on December 14th – Sounds of the Year 2016
Some of the best re-imagined sounds presented as a free album – an early Christmas present for you to download and enjoy!
My contribution is TRACK 10!
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Initial atmospheres created with various Reaktor synths and manipulated field recordings…including the London Underground!
Main sections use various sound sources:
Kontakt 5 libraries such as EPICA and CELESTIA
Various REAKTOR Synths, particularly PRISM and KONTOUR.
Mastered using various Voxengo products + Izotope Ozone + TeslaSE and FerricTDS from Variety of Sound.
Always interested in providing music and sound design for projects in and around the Birmingham area – use the form below or simply email me: email@example.com