Step 1: EQ until it sounds good/better
Step 2: Apply cheesy reverb
Step 3: If you’re really feeling adventurous, pitch it. Or flip it and reverse it. Live on the edge.
All cheekiness aside though, all this to say that it ‘aint rocket science. Sound design for theatre is a somewhat newfound interest for me (and potentially another avenue to pursue). The important thing is to play around, have fun with it, and you’ll soon start to figure out what works.
Make sure you have a pair of decent headphones though.
Every time I look at the monthly calendar for this crazy project I feel my heart rate go up.
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Great reads on this site.
Hello old friends, ready to kick some ass this year?
Saw these last five in a week, how’s that for a theatre binge?
#8 Life of Jude, SummerWorks (Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace)
#9 Murderers Confess at Christmastime, SummerWorks (Lower Ossington Theatre Mainspace)
#10 Maria Gets A New Life, SummerWorks (Lower Ossington Theatre Mainspace)
#11 Nanny by d’bi young, SummerWorks (Lower Ossington Theatre Studio)
#12 Richard III, Shakespeare in the Ruff (Withrow Park)
And now back to school!