Aeroplane Recordings

Last weekend I met up with Philip Moroz (the other co-founder of noisecreations) to go and record some of the incoming planes at East Midlands Airport. The weather was absolutely perfect and we managed to get a fantastic spot just across from the start of the runway – right where the planes were coming in overhead. Luckily the road wasn’t…

Contact Microphones Update

I have been using the JrF C-Series contact mic for a few months now and have realised just how tough it actually is to record content with a contact microphone – especially if its a longer recording that you’re after. Things I’ve learnt along the way include: Placement is everything – The sound can drastically change based on the position…

The Sound Architect

Around 2 months ago I was contacted by Sam Hughes from The Sound Architect as he was after someone to help him run the news section of his website. On top of that, he also asked me to help edit the podcast which I was really interested in. I agreed to help him and have been working with him since.   Editing the…

Contact Microphones

  Within the last week I just received my new JrF C-Series Contact Microphone which is super exciting because I’ve been wanting to get my hands on one for quite a while now! I finally had time to do some tests for it, so I thought I would experiment with some things that I needed to do for the project…

Update – February 2016

It’s been almost an entire year since I last posted a blog! It’s been pretty crazy, especially after leaving university. As soon as I left I went straight up to Scotland to provide production audio for the feature length film ‘Quotation’. I felt that everything that I had learnt from all previous shoots had all come together to create a…

Update – March 2015

It’s been a very busy year so far! noisecreations are currently trying to get funding for new equipment so that we can focus on the new sound collections that we have in the pipeline. You can find some info on these things on our blog or twitter. A few weeks ago I attended BVE in London to check out some…

Ludum Dare 31

This post is a little late, but a few weeks ago I participated in Ludum Dare 31 alongside Chance Miller (Programmer, www.technicaldaze.co.uk) and Richard McCarthy (Artist, pixelscream.net). They created a relaxing game called ‘Snow’, where you play as a fox pushing and building snowballs to create a snowman. There are also collectable hats.   I created the sound effects for the…