Storytelling Sound & Music
Show: All, Sound Design, Music, Sonic Ident, PodcastPersonal, Field Recording
Storytelling Sound & Music
Show: All, Sound Design, Music,
Sonic IdentPodcastPersonal,

You Say You want a Revolution?

Sound Design, Audio Post, Mix 
This major exhibition explores the era-defining significance and impact of the late 1960s, expressed through some of the greatest music and performances of the 20th century alongside fashion, film, design and political activism.

Animation Soundtrack: A Thematic Journey Through the Late 60s
The animation features a dynamic soundscape that evolves alongside its diverse themes. Music from the late 1960s serves as the foundation, with a curated selection of songs chosen to perfectly match each thematic segment. Smooth transitions were delicately  crafted by stretching the beginning and ends of songs, ensuring a continuous flow throughout the animation.

Sound Design Elevates the Experience:
Sound design plays a vital role in further enriching the thematic experience. For example, in the "Drugs" theme, Cream's "Strange Brew" is used as diegetic sound, with the audio manipulated to reflect the visuals (traveling through a psychedelic tunnel). Similarly, the transition to the "Technology" theme emphasizes the shift by bringing The Band's "The Weight" to a powerful, reverberant stop before introducing new sounds.

Sound Design, Music & Audio Post by the coast, North Yorkshire ︎ ︎  ︎ ︎ ︎ ︎ ︎