'Nature Man Machine' is a sound installation in Dolby 5.1 which uses creative and technical techniques drawn upon my experience as a sound designer for film. In this work I sought to challenge the role of sound design dictated by the onscreen narrative by producing a soundtrack without accompanying vision to demonstrate the ability of sound design to be effective as a medium for storytelling. By manipulating the pitch, stretching and compressing the sound durations and modifying the sounds through reverb and modulation parameters, the sound effects within the soundtrack resemble a musical composition.
|Place of Publication||Academy of the Arts, Inveresk Cultural Precinct, Launceston, Tasmania|
|Size||5.1 surround sound installation, continuous play over 4 days|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
|Event||Nature Man Machine (Launceston) - |
Duration: 20 Oct 2010 → 23 Oct 2010