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My name is Zak Belica, and I’m an audio director over at Epic Games. I found your blog through a link, and I really liked the work you’re doing on the Kyma. I’ve actually been doing similar (but more primitive in technique) granular manipulation in Absynth and various other tools. I’ve always been interested in the Kyma system, but haven’t had the time/resources to pour into learning it. It seems you have an excellent working knowledge of how to get good results out of it. Anyway, I’m working on a project right now that’s in the prototype phase, but could use a lot of the kinds of sounds you’ve been working on for your demos. I’d like to chat more about it sometime. Are you in Vancouver BC now?
my name is andres i am from colombia, i been watching your videos they are really inspiring, y study music and sound engineer, and i was thinking on using the kyma for my thesis, and i saw on your last video that your kyma system is set up with an apogee duet interface, i wanted to ask you how that interface has work for you?. thanks for your time, looking foreword to watch more of your videos.
What kyma are you running paca or the paca rana?
Also have you tried the iad for a controller tablet? Is that what you use ….
Loving the work –
Also have you got an RSS feed to follow?
in short. my pacarana is coming this week. do you share the mic and the recorder (always a sony?) setup you use seen in the vids with me?
hi Jean, i’m really impressed the way you work with all that little toys to generate cartoon style sounds. i was looking for that but i don’t know where to find/buy that “instruments” can u please tell me if there are shops/ditributors or websites to have more informations and resources about that.
thanks, have fun
Hello Jean !
I saw your latest video on Designing Sound Site (Field and Toys 3).
Congratulations, awesome techniques and ideas !
If you have time, listen my audio demos.
Ilyés “Josh” József from Hungary
Hey Jean! hope your well. Mad props on your blog, very clean and very insightful. Ive been really interested in building a contact mic to get new textures that you dont come across often. Then i stumbled on your guitar pick up set up, Im fascinated. Anyway we can talk about the soldering and connections of the XLR to the pick up? Thanks in advance, keep killin it!
I am interested in using your stadium crowd sounds, are they available anywhere?
I’m currently making a track with your Twisted Tools sample pack. Thanks for sharing!
No, but you can directly make me an offer via email.
This is Enric, from Barcelona, Spain. I’ve been following you since quite time now. And basically what most impress me is your imagination when looking for new sounds. Breaking boundaries is may be the most dificult and inspiring in our job as a technicians. My congratulations.
I don’t know if you want to share it, but I am interested in knowing what you are spinning tied in a rope, capable of producing that sound. No matter what I try, I don’t get any sound similar to that, not even bossting it later on Pro tools.
Anyway…. My congratulations again.
Enric Anton ( Anima Sound Lab.)
Hi Enric, try searching for bullroarers, it’s just a spinning plate originally used for communication over long distance. You probably remember that famous scene from Crocodile Dundee at 1.20min: http://aso.gov.au/titles/features/crocodile-dundee-II/clip2/ The one on my video was just a thin ruler attached to an elastic band.
I just stop by at your blog and saw your answer. Thanks for reply at my question.
As a matter of fact, I didn’t watch that film that you mention, not even knew about that system of communication.
Thank you. I’ll have some fun with it.
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