Archives for February 2010

Training at Disney Animation II: Size Matters

In the world of animation the world can be as big a basketball and a basketball can be as big as the world. In the real world, size matters. Not in the animation world. In the world of animation audio, size does not seem to exist either. Low frequencies don’t have a wavelength in ProTools. Sure they […]

SIM3 Training for Disney Animation Studios

This week I spent two days at the Disney Animation Studios in Burbank California. This is the place where major animation films are created. Unless you have been living under the Rock of Gibraltar you know what these films are.  Mermaids, Beauties, Beasts, Princesses and more come to life in this space in the form […]

Latest news………

Feb 12:  Added War story #2 Feb 11:  added Part IV to the impulse response saga. That’s all I have to say on that for the moment, pending any comments or questions School news:  We just added a SIM school on to my schedule: New York City,  May 17-20 6o6

Guitars

I started playing guitar at about age 7 or 8. Nobody thought about the fact that I am a lefty. That came up years later. Too late. That’s always been my excuse for why I can’t play – and I am sticking with it. Ancient history time. So here I am at 16 years old […]

Phase Alignment of Subs – Why I don’t use the impulse response

OK. The saga continues down below………………………. What is the best way to phase align our subwoofers to the mains? There is a hint in the way the question was phrased. I didn’t say time align (and it is not because I am afraid of copyright police). I say phase align because that is precisely what […]

Some updates and future topics

I added some graphics to the discussion on Cardioid subwoofers, and ABC of line array tuning. I should have some graphics up for the coherence discussion later this week. I am also in the middle of an old war story.  I was thinking about a few future topics to meander on about: 1) Why I […]