People have asked where certain older blogs are kept. Do a Search on the right side for whatever I may have published.
The following is a video diary featuring a Fun game I worked on. Planet Coaster by Frontier Developments will be released in December 2016. Special thanks and congrats to the entire Frontier Developments crew!
If you don't have the time to view the entire 10 minute video, go to Timeline 4:50 to see some of what I did for this game. TURN UP YOUR VOLUME !!!
Clemson University in South Carolina flew me in to give a speech to their performing arts students and faculty about what I do. The following is a 48 minute long video. You will have to turn up and down your volume during the viewing.
We want to say a special thanks to Performing Arts Department Chair David Hartmann, to Professor Hamilton Alstatt, to RØDE Microphones for providing generous door prizes (SmartLav+ lavalier microphones for smartphones) and to Sound Devices for providing their generous swags (sunglasses, carrying bags, and special pens)!
48 minute speech video at Clemson University. Photo by Thomas Hudgins and editing by Thief of Soul Imaging.
I was hired to field record a Scion FR-S sports car for EA's Need for Speed 2015 video game. Today is the official release available for XBox One, PS4, and PC. I rigged a total of 7 mics OnBoard the modified car and also tracked it with an External M/S stereo shotgun mic.
From IGN.com "Need for Speed also sounds nearly as good as it looks; the throaty burble of performance-tuned engines is well-realised and the crackle of exhaust overrun and the ker-chuck of slamming gears is similarly resectable." - "Great visuals and sound"
Go out, buy the game, and kill some tires!!
Need for Speed 2015 Trailer
Video diary of the modified Scion FR-S sports car field recording session. Run time is 2:25. Watch it all the way through. We had budget in new tires for the stunt driving!
CLICK HERE TO SEE AND HEAR MY RECORDINGS OF A
FERRARI EXOTIC CAR!
Wanted to share a short writing about my trip for this week. I've been hired to field record sounds of certain vehicles for a video game project. Today I'm flying to Louisville, Kentucky, then driving a rental car to south Indiana. Because of NDA, I can't say what I'm up up until the game company makes an announcement about their exciting title.