I am glad that I was able to save the sound, which was unfortunately completely noisy due to strong interferences. A little mammoth task. 😉
A brave team without being experienced in live television came together and did it. Not perferct, but with heart.
On June 18th we co-managed the sound for the first PanOptikum live TV show at TV station ALEX Berlin . Produced by Blue Arc Productions in collaboration with filmArche. With guests Saralisa Volm and Janis Westphal. Presented by Katrin Kaspar, David-Jonas Frei and Jorgos Stathis. And the great band A Panda Do Sol. It was very exciting. Thanks to everyone involved. 🙂
On behalf of the WAVE AKADEMIE für Digitale Medien, I looked around at Superbooth 2019 and interviewed some very interesting people, like Berlin Techno legend Dr. Motte, Mark Reeder, Dieter Doepfer, the Behringer team and other crazy gear manufacturers. The first two videos, in which I took over the post-production including my own music, are now online. I had a lot of fun. Check it out!
Some time ago I created a few image films for the WAVE AKADEMIE für Digitale Medien in Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro. These two are online now.
Today I got a message with the information that our short film “In Your Shoes”, which we submitted to LANNEFF Festival in L.A., is in the top 100 of more than 1000 submissions. There will already be shown a snippet and should it be shown completely, I will soon get info about it.
YES!!! Will we be nominated and win a prize?
During my sound design/music production apprenticeship we got a midi melody from our lecturer Michael Jakumeit and had to build a one minute song around it in half a day. This is my result, inspired by 80s pop like Nena.
Btw: It was mixed only on the headphones I’m using here. I didn’t go into the studio as well for this fun project.
Christian Scheffer had a small music video production going and I was one of the main actors for this. I’m not really used to act in front of the camera, but it was an awesome experience and lots of fun. And yes, I had to shave my beard for it. The first time in 20 years I saw my complete face again, haha.
Thanks to opera singer Bettina Jensen, director Christian Scheffer and WAVE AKADEMIE. Also to Christoph Gehl and Svetlana Hofmann for the awesome camera work and to Niko Krüger and Marc Sam for helping on set with light, equipment and just everything. I’m excited for the result.
We had a nice vocal recording session for the second part of the image film for “Bogen trifft”. Again I made a simple but very useful setup. Also I built a vocal booth in one of the studios. Thanks to opera singer Bettina Jensen, director Christian Scheffer, initiator Frank Schach and WAVE AKADEMIE.
As I already told you I was on set for this film as boom operator, did the voice recording later in the studio and also made the audio post production. Here is the final piece of art, directed by Christian Scheffer.
Hi! This is my remix for the “Produce Like A Pro” contest for the song by “The Workday Release”. I used the vocal and acoustic guitar stems and built the rest around it. Let me know what you think. Enjoy listening. 🙂
Take a look at the official group for the contest.
I made it in FL Studio. The main instruments are the American Grand Solo piano by Analog Lab 3, the Orchestral Suite by UVI, Autogun synth by Image-Line, TAL Elek7ro and samples. For mixing and mastering I used internal EQs, MLoudnessAnalyzer, Waves tools such as SSL Comp, J37 tape emulation, L3-LL and NLS channels for summing. Room effects are Waves IR-L reverb (IR of York Minster England/Church) and H-Delay (tape delay). I also used the CLA-76 and CLA-2A, such as the Kings Microphones on the vocals.