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Here is a very nice vintage Soundesign stereo from the early 1980's. It's in great shape, hope you enjoy!
Supervising sound producer Al Nelson breaks down the Mach 10 sequence. Subscribe and turn on notifications 🔔 so you don't miss any videos: 🤍 One of the most exciting things about Top Gun: Maverick is their emphasis on practical effects. Most times, when you see the film’s actors struggling against high-level g-forces, that struggle is real. The actors spent months training to be in planes doing their own stunts, and the whole film feels grounded because of it. Most times these sequences were shot practically … but not every time. In the film's incredible seven-minute opener (also known as the Darkstar sequence), nearly everything we see is completely fake. The plane used to go Mach 10 doesn’t really exist yet. It’s a prototype for a plane that will exist in the future, built by Lockheed Martin. While a prototype of that plane was used for taxiing around the runway, anytime we see the plane in the air it’s entirely VFX — impeccable VFX. But beyond the VFX, the thing that makes it feel so real is the sound design. In this video, Top Gun: Mavericks supervising sound producer Al Nelson breaks down the Darkstar sequence. He explains how his team made a plane that doesn’t exist sound real, and, more importantly, how they leveraged the sound design to be just as emotionally impactful as a piece of orchestrated music. Note: The headline on this piece has been updated. Previous headline: How Top Gun made a fake plane sound real Make sure you never miss behind-the-scenes content in the Vox Video newsletter, sign up here: 🤍 Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍 Support Vox's reporting with a one-time or recurring contribution: 🤍 Shop the Vox merch store: 🤍 Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Vox on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Vox on TikTok: 🤍
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Soundesign was a budget brand sold at places like Kmart and JCPenney, but this model was actually very good quality. Its model number is 4689, and it's basically a re-styled GE Blockbuster. The rear case, handle, antenna, and battery door are exactly the same.
From gunshots in a canyon to underwater submarine engines, this audio-rich talk explores the role of sound design in modern storytelling. Soundsnap.com founder Tasos Frantzolas looks at a variety of multimedia examples to show the ways that sound designers ‘lie’ in creating the sonic palette of film, television and interactive media. Tasos Frantzolas grew up in Athens and began producing music at the age of 13. After attending SAE London for Audio Engineering, he enjoyed a brief stint in the UK’s music and post-production industries. In 2006, he returned to Greece to found Soundsnap.com, a sound effects and loop library that has since grown to encompass over one million users and become the most popular sound effects destination worldwide. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
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Chrome, woodgrain, analog VU meters, flashing LEDs, a cassette recorder AND an 8-track recorder what more could you want from a tape deck? The Soundesign TX 0868 has it all... but does it sound as good as it looks? Here's a copy of the service manual for it: 🤍 #cassette #8track #soundesign
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This Soundesign Stereo Receiver was sold through K Mart during the 1970s through the mid 80s as I recall. I picked up this unit, thought it would be a total POS and yes it is not "high end" or "audiophile" it is a decent unit. The Tuner sounds better than a lot of modern AV Receivers! Soundesign 0496 Cassette deck still works like a champ. From What I remember Soundesign Electronics were sold at KMart, JCP, and Sears. What other retailers did you see selling Soundesign back then. Hope you enjoy this blast from the past.
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It's been awhile since I've made any kind of vintage gear related video and finding this little diamond in the rough recently was all I needed for an excuse to do just that. Here, is the Soundesign Model 4840b 8-track player circa 1971- 1973. This unit is relatively unique in that it has a built in 25w amplifier, phono inputs and doesn't require hookup via a separate stereo system. Not terribly high end but well built and maintained over the years, it was reasonably quick and painless to bring up to speed. So, for those nerdy enough to enjoy such a thing (present company included) here's a quick overview and demonstration. Enjoy!
After unearthing some forgotten and sad-looking Soundesign 731S speakers from behind the Fortress of Amplitude, I decided to answer a longstanding video request and have some fun with them. My dad picked these up from the curb back in 2004. I have no idea behind his reasoning. Although far too many people don't read video descriptions, there are a few other things I'd like to discuss as concerns this video: 1. I don't believe in destroying anything that could be useful or that is fixable. 2. I'm a fan of The New Red Green Show and that's where the idea for The Redneck Hour came from. It is NOT intended to make fun of any particular group of people and was the best title I could come up with. I produced "episodes" of The Redneck Hour from around 1995 until 2003. While I'm not anyone's idea of a comedian and the early episodes were not always that funny (or all that original) I had fun making them. I don't know if I care to embarrass myself on Youtube by posting them. My brothers starred as different characters in a few of the episodes. Before anyone gets too irritated about the soldering iron or smoke coming from the wagon, you should know that the soldering iron was never actually plugged in and the smoke is nothing more than a special effect. (While a good magician never reveals his secrets, I'm not and so it is no problem for me to give at least a hint. Not long after recording that particular scene, some kid and his family went walking by. Though the smoke had long since dissipated, the kid swore up and down that he could "smell fireworks". Yes, I bought some smoke bombs for nefarious purposes such as these.) I got "busted" for hitting the one speaker with my truck. When I came in after cleaning everything up, my mother said "I think you should have done that on a country road". For now, the other speaker remains intact. I haven't figured out what I should do with it! A word to the wise (and the dum-dums too): commenting on my weight subjects you to the wrath of the Moderation Bureau (yes, a chest of drawers that watches over video comments). You may be surprised to learn how much grunt I can put into swinging the banhammer. In other words, we all have our crosses to bear and you don't hear me commenting on yours, so don't comment on mine. I'm making some progress on that very issue.
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This is my old Soundesign stereo system from when I was about 13 years old, which dates it back to about 1983. It hasn't been used since probably the late 90's but seems to work ok.
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Soundesign 5877 1988 compact stereo + Pioneer HPM-100’s? Kmart/Zayre/Ames anyone? Hell yeah! This isn’t April fools day, but it should be! OK, we have the Soundesign compact stereo playing tonight. ￼ I’ve opened this up, rebelted the tape decks, and looked around within lots of air space — it’s has a small 2 chip amplifier with heat sinks and suspect is around 10 watts per channel. AND it has ￼name brand capacitors, ￼not shitty knock off ones from China! Features a ￼￼separate left & right 5 band equalizer and electronic volume control. 3 aux inputs including a TV input, phono, and cd/auxiliary. And each are labeled with different millivolt ratings - CD is 200mv, Phono is 300mv and TV is 100Mv (how cool is that?). Cassette decks are better than the mid-90s Sony boom box units (believe me I’ve re-belted and worked on enough for them to know)￼ and the Soundesign works great after a little speed and head calibration. This is strangely deightful and surprisingly VERY OK if not good. My pioneer HPM 100’s sound great with this, ￼ however what you’re hearing is about as loud as it goes. Converted the RCA speaker outputs to regular speaker wires for the session tonight. ￼Has left and right microphone inputs, a headphone Jack, external AM & FM antenna screws and high speed tape dubbing! What’s a music listener left to do? ￼In all seriousness, I never expected the performance I’m hearing tonight. This is not audiophile but quite listenable and enjoyable. Certainly gets the job done if times are tough! So, hold my beer please, I really wish I had the remote that came with this!!
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The best find this year. Not perfect, but works all around. New bulbs, a good cleaning, and it's working. One row of lights flash, but I'm not sure if that's how it's supposed to work. I can't find any information online. Different from the 1000's models. There's a few videos on youtube and they have a different layout.
I found this beautiful Soundesign stereo at the flea market for almost nothing and it's in mint condition!
A Dune sound design breakdown with interviews from Denis Villeneuve and his sound team. What Does a Sound Designer Do? ►► 🤍 StudioBinder Blog ►► 🤍 ───────────────────── Special thanks to: Dolby ►► 🤍 SoundWorks Collection ►► 🤍 WaterTower Music ►► 🤍 FilmIsNow ►► 🤍 Frame.io ►► 🤍 ───────────────────── Chapters: 00:00 - Introduction 00:47 - Chapter 1 - The Voice 02:48 - Chapter 2 - Ornithopters 04:17 - Chapter 3 - Sand of Arrakis 06:22 - Chapter 4 - Shields 08:13 - Chapter 5 - Perspective 09:15 - Chapter 6 - Mixing ───────────────────── Dune Sound Design Explained If you’ve seen Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic, you know that the Dune sound design is a force to be reckoned with. From the organic buzzing of the Ornithopter to the digital clicking of the combat shields to the commanding voice of Bene Gesserit — there is so much power in the Dune sound design. In this video essay, we’ll let Denis Villeneuve and his sound team walk us through the creative and technical challenges of bringing a galaxy to life with sound. The Voice In Dune the voice of the Bene Gesserit cannot be ignored by those who hear it. To capture such inescapable control, the team explains the layering and low, rumbling frequencies. As we will undoubtedly see in Dune Part 2, when Paul uses the voice, people will listen. Ornithopter Sound Design Then there is the dragonfly-inspired Ornithopter with its multiple wings flapping and thrumming like a motorized hummingbird. To generate a more organic ornithopter sound design, they used a combination of cats purring and canvas straps flapping in the wind. By grounding the sound design with familiar and natural sources, an alien world like Arrakis suddenly feels more real. Dune Shield Combat Where the Dune sound design really shines is in how it embodies completely fictional elements such as the combat shields. The sound team explains how when generating the synth sound for the shields, a glitch in the program caused those clicks and pops that we hear in the film. They decided to keep those imperfections because they so naturally suggested the vulnerability of the shields themselves. Perspective One area of sound design and mixing that we often take for granted is perspective. In other words, the relationship between the qualities of the sounds we hear in relation to the proximity of the camera. If we’re close to a character like the Baron, we can hear his deep, raspy voice echoing through his body. Dune Sound Design Tips And finally, the Dune sound design team discusses some of the sound design tips that are necessary when mixing for laptops and phones. These lessons in how to sound design are what make such inventive and immersive high-budget filmmaking so thrilling to watch. Denis Villeneuve and his sound design team show us the possibilities of creating an entire universe from the ground up, one sound at a time. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking ───────────────────── ♬ SONGS USED: “Burning Palms“ - Hans Zimmer “Bene Dessert“ - Hans Zimmer “Dream of Arrakis“ - Hans Zimmer “Arrakeen“ - Hans Zimmer “Herald of the Change“ - Hans Zimmer “Sandstorm“ - Hans Zimmer “Runner“ - Ryan Taubert “Visions of Chani“ - Hans Zimmer “Blood for Blood“ - Hans Zimmer “Sanctuary“ - Hans Zimmer “Stillsuits“ - Hans Zimmer “Ripples in the Sand“ - Hans Zimmer Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Artgrid ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 ───────────────────── SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for production management solution for your film? Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍
The player is a little faulty as you can see from some of the tapes I try, but for the most part it plays great.
Presenting the Soundesign 5826 AM/FM/cassette stereo system from the early- to mid-'90s. Despite being cheaply made, it works perfectly and sounds very good! The biggest surprise to me was the cassette deck, which has full auto stop and AC bias recording. I used to have the "EXB" speakers which would've originally gone with this stereo system, and made a video about them back in 2008: 🤍
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A Drive opening scene analysis of the sound design and suspense editing. Nicolas Winding Refn Movies ►► 🤍 Download “Drive” Script ►► 🤍 Write a Script for Free in StudioBinder ►► 🤍 CHAPTERS: 00:00 Sound Design & Editing in Drive's Opening Scene 00:55 The 3 Elements of Building Suspense 01:39 Drive Opening Scene Breakdown 08:35 Final Takeaways Drive (2011) is a film that works on many levels simultaneously. The fast cars and the ultraviolence are expertly juxtaposed with the now-iconic synth-driven soundtrack. There are many aspects to admire in Nicolas Winding Refn’s ode to L.A. crime movies but in this Drive video essay, we wanted to look at something very specific. In the Drive opening scene, we get a tense and heart-stopping car chase. But it’s not just the editing or camerawork that is driving the suspense — it’s the sound design. Throughout the Drive opening scene, layers of sound are added to the mix to help generate suspense. In any suspenseful scene, we need three things: consequences, uncertainty, and time. If any one of these elements is missing, the whole thing falls apart. Let’s look at how Nicolas Winding Refn used these layers of sound to fulfill these criteria. Consequences — obviously, we know the consequences that await Driver and his criminal passengers if they are caught. The alarm blasting from the break-in, the police sirens in the distance, and the helicopter roaring overhead all remind us of the danger involved in this operation. Uncertainty — will Driver be caught by the police? We see very little of the police but we know they’re there and we know they’re closing in. This information is delivered through Driver’s police scanner as we follow the progress of the search. Time — time is running out from the moment Driver starts his analog stopwatch. The music sounds like a racing heartbeat with a metronome-like rhythm. And to top it off, Driver has timed everything to the conclusion of a basketball game, which he listens to on the radio. The cinematography obviously plays its own role in the scene but the real hero here is the soundtrack. By isolating our perspective to inside the car, our vision is limited and we rely almost exclusively on what we hear. Drive is a showstopping showcase of the Nicolas Winding Refn directing style and Drive’s first scene is a masterclass in sound design and suspense. #FilmTheory #VideoEssay #Filmmaking _ ♬ SONGS USED: "Nightcall" - Kavinsky "Rubberhead" - Cliff Martinez "Tick of the Clock" - Chromatics Music by Artlist ► 🤍 Music by Artgrid ► 🤍 Music by Soundstripe ► 🤍 Music by MusicBed ► 🤍 — SUBSCRIBE to StudioBinder’s YouTube channel! ►► 🤍 Looking for a project management platform for your filmmaking? StudioBinder is an intuitive project management solution for video creatives; create shooting schedules, breakdowns, production calendars, shot lists, storyboards, call sheets and more. Try StudioBinder for FREE today: 🤍 — Join us on Social Media! — Instagram ►► 🤍 Facebook ►► 🤍 Twitter ►► 🤍
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