My friend Gavin Gamboa, a long time member of Teaching Machine, contributed to the musical score of the film, and also designed and built an intricate net narrative: ANAMNESIA.NET/work. I provided musical atmospheres for the net narrative. I loved working with Teaching Machine on this project and I’m excited about the work we’ll do together in the future. The ANAMNESIA Soundtrack features 6 original score pieces and 9 atmospheric pieces, and is available now on the Teaching Machine Bandcamp.
I wanted a practice futuristic sound design project, so I cut a clip from the Azureus Rising Proof of Concept video by Black Sun Entertainment, and created original sound effects and score to their video clip.
For more information about Azureus Rising and to see/hear the original video:
I am very excited to be currently working on sound design for the net narrative accompanying “ANAMNESIA: A Loss of Forgetfullness”, a short science fiction film by David Wexler aka Strangeloop, Gavin Gamboa, and a cadre of other talented individuals. Premiering April 6th.
A little glimpse into the production by The Creators Project:
“Only “Last Night’s Lights” did not change much from its original version, although the original verses had a different rhythm. For this track, we needed some very significant atmospheric sounds, so we asked our our friend, sound designer Taylor Shechet to create a sound bed for us that sounded like “the empty space where a massive robot has stepped.” We used Taylor’s sound sculpture all over the track, but you can hear it most in the break at the middle of the song. To match the atmosphere of the music, we added a preverb effect on both our vocals at some parts.”
Check out the complete article on the Ming & Ping website.
“Bottom line, once you push “play,” your mind will have a hard time grasping what you should be thinking or feeling, and you may even find yourself exclaiming, “What the F did I just listen to.”
A review of Homunculus by Life is Awesome.
An 18 minute homage to the textured techno-decadence of digital artifacts, HOMUNCULUS is a tour de force through a mind deeply haunted by the ghost in the machine. The album is titled after the concept of a miniature, fully formed human body in the studies of alchemy because of its experimental nature.
The full album is available for free download from Naboa Music at:
Mastered by Post Sound Lab