The Making Of The Big Sound Of Interstellar

shockwebpic_soundofinterstellarThe SoundWorks crew explores the sound of Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi film Interstellar. First, a video interview with supervising sound editor and sound designer Richard King about the mix, sound design and foley aspects. To follow that, a conversation with composer Hans Zimmer about the very intentional approach to the sound, his collaboration with the crew and how they recorded a pipe organ at the Temple Church in London.

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Welcome To 2013…The Year Of Community.

What will you do with the next 364 days in front of you? Whatever you do, make it count…

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What Does A Dying Star Sound Like?

Dr. Jon Miller, Professor of Astronomy at the University of Michigan and his team, set out to learn what a star being shredded by a super massive black hole 3.9 billion light years away might sound like.

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Forms: Human Motion & Reverberations Through Space & Time

Forms is an ongoing collaboration between visuals artists Memo Akten and Quayola, a series of studies on human motion, and its reverberations through space and time. It is inspired by the works of Eadweard Muybridge, Harold Edgerton, Étienne-Jules Marey as well as similarly inspired modernist cubist works such as Marcel Duchamp’s “Nude Descending a Staircase No.2″. Rather than focusing on observable trajectories, it explores techniques of extrapolation to sculpt abstract forms, visualizing unseen relationships – power, balance, grace and conflict – between the body and its surroundings.

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The Speed Of Light Has Been Broken…Time Travel Could Be Next So Brush Up On Some Physics

Scientists in Geneva, Switzerland revealed today that they have broken the light barrier. You know what that means…we’re seriously one step closer to time travel!

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Melodyne Inventor Peter Neubäcker On Numbers, Notes & Music

Peter Neubäcker takes you on a journey of philosophy, math, science, frequencies and spirituality. Hold on to your skull for this one…

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The Secret Powers of Time

This video put together by the RSA offers an interesting look at how our choices are determined by our perspective of time…

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Imagining The Tenth Dimension

Wrap your head around this – a new way of thinking about time and space from Rob Bryanton, author of the book Imagining The Tenth Dimension.

In string theory, physicists tell us that the subatomic particles that make up our universe are created within ten spatial dimensions [plus an eleventh dimension of "time"] by the vibrations of exquisitely small “superstrings”. The average person has barely gotten used to the idea of there being four dimensions: how can we possibly imagine the tenth?

Well watch this…is it closer to science fiction or science fact?

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