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3×5 Interview with Leonard J Paul

Leonard J Paul’s Website | Leonard on Twitter INTRODUCTIONS IN FIVES 1) Using the word “sound” in each description (in any tense

October 15, 2012 Interviews
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3×5 Interview with Matt Piersall

Gl33k’s Website | Matt on Twitter 1 | Matt on Twitter 2 | Cosmic DJ on Twitter BIOGRAPHY IN FIVES 1) Please

September 10, 2012 Interviews
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3×5 Interview with Fryda Wolff

Fryda Wolff’s Website | Fryda on Twitter BIOGRAPHY IN FIVES 1) Please describe five things about yourself that help frame your journey

August 27, 2012 Interviews
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Saving Space with Linear Audio in Pro Tools (Part 3)

In Part 1 of this tutorial, I covered the process for getting started, staying organized, and identifying and removing silent gaps. In Part 2,

August 23, 2012 Tutorials
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Saving Space with Linear Audio in Pro Tools (Part 2)

In Part 1 of this tutorial, I covered the process for getting started, staying organized, and identifying and removing silent gaps. For

August 21, 2012 Tutorials
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Saving Space with Linear Audio in Pro Tools (Part 1)

INTRODUCTION When working on projects with limited audio space, such as apps for mobile, browser-based games or packaged electronics/toys, it is often

August 16, 2012 Tutorials
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3×5 Interview with Thomas James Slater

Thomas James Slater’s Website | TJ on Twitter BIOGRAPHY IN FIVES 1) Please describe five things about yourself that help frame your

July 30, 2012 Interviews
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3×5 Interview with Ellen Juhlin

Ellen Juhlin’s Website | Ellen on Twitter BIOGRAPHY IN FIVES 1) Please describe five things about yourself that help frame your journey

July 17, 2012 Interviews
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3×5 Interview With Alexandre Saba

Alexandre Saba’s Website | Alexandre on Twitter IN FIVES 1) Starting with the word “one” and increasing by increments of one thereafter,

July 09, 2012 Interviews
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The Wii Remote As Sound Design Tool

While the general trend for content creation in sound design has shifted towards software solutions, there’s still something to be said about

July 02, 2012 Lectures, Tutorials
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