Today we share a great short documentary that will surely fascinate videogames fans. The guys at Rev3Games show us how ridiculous monster sound effects are created just using voices (and some studio magic). For people like the guys at Wabi Sabi Sound, the motto of their daily job is: if you can’t find the creature, be the creature. Awesome. Read more…
If you are Italian (and also if you are not) you can’t help falling in love with a Ferrari even if passion for cars are not on your agenda (like in my case). The Ferrari California website has been launched last June, and it has been visited by a few millions of people.
Passion is a terrific traffic driver, especially when the website is then able to deliver all the emotions you expect to experience when you connect with such an iconic brand.
In Australia, Volkswagen has launched a website that is all about sound design. In the Volkswagen R Range website there is nothing more than cool, deep, intense sounds. Cars don’t move. You just hear the sound of their doors, their brakes and their engines while they move through a static yet rich, imagined, journey.
This is certainly a website that only a limited number of people will appreciate. I don’t want to sound odious by saying this however, for example, you’ll agree that only if you have a pair of headphones you will fully enjoy and appreciate the experience. Also, it requires a bit of patience (for the site to load) and quite some curiosity to understand the site is not just about three photos and a series of short factsheets. Last but not least, without a touch of imagination, you won’t hear sounds and experience the journey, but simply perceive no-sense even annoying noise.
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