This is a tutorial of Disk Drill which is £60 and the best and easiest software I have found for recovering not only Sound Files but also any other type of file saved onto an SD or CF card. Get disk drill now: http://www.cleverfiles.com/?aid=cb-42095
This is so simple that even a drunk soundie can do it. I felt compelled to do this video to solve lots of interview problems.
When I am not on set recording sound, I am in my little home studio designing, cleaning and mixing it. The best way for any sound editor to manipulate the sound you have already put in your video edit timeline is to have all the same components separately. This is where an AAF comes in.
This is what Movie Dirt is made from. Decomposed Granite. Watch the video below to find out what else Nathan tried that didn’t work out so well.
This is a section from Sound Chat 34 about how Foley has a massive impact on a film. Even down to how people place cups in films. Take a look at the video about placing a cup.
Probably the most famous beast along with King Kong is Godzilla. The sheer scale and power is unrivaled along with his/her roar!