How to Build a Sound Library

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How to Build a Sound Library

Online event presented by Paul Hughes.

‘How to Build a Sound Library’ is an online presentation / workshop delivered through the application Zoom.

This event is tailored for beginner Composers, Field Recordists Musicians, Innovators or Sound Designers looking to build a Sound Library on a budget.

The online presentation will guide viewers though various topics ranging from ‘What equipment to use, a brief history, Visual representation – different ways to present your audio, Imagination, ideas and more.

In this research talk you will get to listen to Original Field recordings from Eire, Europe and the U.K, Original Sound effects, mechanical sounds, various snippets of small sounds, musical instruments and also sounds in songs. A real treat for the ear!

The Workshop is presented by Paul Hughes. Paul Hughes is a recording musician, teacher, field recordist from Bangor, Northern Ireland. Paul has studied music courses from Performing Arts, National Diploma in Music Technology to BA (HONS) Degree in Music Tech & Innovation at De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom. After University Paul continued studying & achieved many ABRSM grades. Paul has performed in punk bands & runs the popular blog ‘Architect of Sound’ where he has interviewed many artists and musicians from around the world. In recent years Paul has started learning teaching language (ESL) to different educational companies.

Please contact Paul on Bibdog30@hotmail.com with your email address to arrange a session.

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