This episode I ask Rob about any formula for Sound FX Recording Success. Often when starting out SFX recordists can be a bit overwhelmed with thinking of all the different possible angles and variations to get.
——- About Rob Nokes ———–
“As a Supervising Sound Editor and Sound Effects Recordist / Designer I strive to provide sound effects that enhance the filmmakers’ story and enable the filmgoer to believe that they are immersed in the story with the characters. Recording and experiencing sounds from all over the world increases my knowledge and capability to select and create the best sound effects for the film.
Over the past few years, I have recorded Fireworks in the Punta Del Este harbor in Uruguay , tropical fish in Saipan, spelunking the caves of Tinian, World War II planes, a Stuart Tank, spelunking the Christmas Caves in the Chezk Republic, numerous Monasteries in Prague, WWII concentration camp, the steppes of Kazakhstan for indigenous voices and music, Chilean racetracks, the LA morgue, go-karts, modified cars, numerous dogs, football games, college basketball, junk yards, F-18 Jets, and a lot more. View my sound effects recording photo library. In addition to recording a lot, I purchase the copyrights to sound effects libraries, most notably SoundStorm (8 time Academy Award nominee & winner for Best Sound Editing), Casablanca (Crash, The Fly), and Master’s Workshop (Michael Jordan at the Max)”.
———— About Matt Price ————
I am a London Sound Recordist and Post production sound editor, dialogue editor and all sound sound lover.
My work spans over 400 projects from feature films, short films, creative content, commercials, documentaries and even Facebook live events and 360 video.