From the delicate intricacies used to display the fastidiousness of a character, to the overzealous noises paying tribute to a genre--here is a quick video created to showcase the many unique and effective sounds used in the films of ... More
This film was entirely hand-animated on recycled paper. The sound design was performed by Danny Madden and Pete Horner of Skywalker Sound.
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It's no secret that Bud Light kills it with their Super Bowl advertising every year, but this year it's on a whole other level. The 90-second ad features Life On ... More
This is a supercut of all the moments in A New Hope where characters interacted with machines, doors, screens, levers, knobs and buttons.
Daniel Kish uses flash sonar to “see” the world around him.
Daniel Kish (born 1966 in Montebello, California) is an American expert in human echolocation and President of World Access for the Blind, a non-profit ... More
To the more than 1 billion people who have created or watched "Harlem Shake" videos, Harry "Baauer" Rodrigues is best known as the man behind the song. But the DJ, producer and audiophile is no one hit wonder. Collaborating ... More
With all the whizbang special effects and sound design that is conjured these days with mouse clicks, stacks of computers and hard drives, utilizing the ... More
What does water sound like? Most of us identify the element with a trickling or gentle lapping or sloshing sound, but that’s only in its liquid form. When water freezes into ice, it becomes a lot louder. There are ... More
Welcome to sixty seconds of pure bone crunching movie madness, many things can make a film scene cringe worthy, a ridiculous fight scene (Daredevil we're looking at you), corny one-liners or just any of Nic Cage's accents. But bone breaking has the power to make everyone wince once in a while.
The Museum Of Endangered Sounds is owned and operated by Brendan Chilcutt and be experienced here:
ABOUT THE MUSEUM:
I launched the site in January of 2012 as a way to preserve the sounds made ... More
The HPSTR Pyramid is an attempt to create an alternative — but native to digital world — interface, to conventional knobs and slide controls. It's an approach to have the same basic and generic functionality a knob has but to achieve it with a ... More
Post-war Britain rebuilt itself on a wave of scientific and industrial breakthroughs that culminated in the cultural revolution of the 1960’s. In this atmosphere was born the Electronic Music Studios (EMS), a radical group of ... More