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Révoluson, les formations d'ingénieur du son pas comme les autres...

Depuis 2010 Révoluson forme la prochaine génération d’ingénieurs du son avec une vision unique:

Un nombre volontairement réduit d’élèves par classe, des centres de formation hébergés directement au coeur d’établissements professionnels privés, un suivi individualisé des élèves par les directeurs, une ambition de 100% de réussite, une pédagogie issue d’une expérience de terrain, des partenariats avec les acteurs locaux, une veille permanente sur la législation, les usages, les nouvelles techniques…

Pas besoin de chercher plus loin, il n’y a que chez Révoluson que ça se passe comme ça!

 

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1 week ago

Révoluson

Venez Découvrir ou faire découvrir les métiers du son avec notre journée découverte dans l'un de nos centres.

Nous vous initierons aux différentes facettes des
métiers techniques de la musique comme : L’enregistrement en studio, la création de musique assisté par ordinateur, le montage et le déroulement d’un événement musical…
Ouvert à toutes et à tous pour 50€ par personne, vous serez encadrés par des professionnels réputés qui pourront répondre à toutes vos questions.

www.revoluson.fr/decouverte-des-metiers-du-son/
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2 months ago

Révoluson

Des fois, il n'y a pas besoin d'avoir recours à des banques de sons ou à des synthétiseurs. Suffit juste d'une bonne dose d'ingéniosité.
Ici une présentation d'un instrument inventé par Görkem Șen, le Yaybahar (aucun traitement numérique n'a été fait).
youtu.be/45m0TkLpmQg?t=130For contact: yaybaharcontact@gmail.com Webpage: www.yaybahar.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Yaybahar/371861612976976?sk=info Soundcloud: https:/...
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3 months ago

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Mesmerizing Instruments and Sounds
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Check out this "Physical Sequencer" as described by it's maker Michalis Shammas !
In his own words:
'It consists out of strings with suspended weights that are free to slide on pulleys to enable a continuous frequency spectrum.
You can use a simple "actuator" system to automate the instrument like a sequencer.
Everything is amplified with piezoelements. It is a work in progress.'
More info Here:
michalisshammas.com/Work
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3 months ago

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Mesmerizing Instruments and Sounds
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Enjoy some amazing Mesmerizing sounds by soundwizards Dennis and Ernie, two beautifull singing Starlings and our starts of today!
One of them even busts out some Miles Davis sounds at 00:34 🙂
This is what Lloyd & Rose Buck Bird Specialists & Handlers wrote me about them:
'Dennis & Ernie are two of our ten year old European Starlings (Sturnus Vulgaris) we look after, we have had them since they were five days old, we have a license to keep them from Natural England, we have five Starlings, they are all wonderful, friendly little birds, and all totally different in character and very intelligent.
Over the years they have built up their own personal collection of sounds, words and bird calls, they all have their own preferences and repertoire, it can be anything from ringtones, to all our other birds, our creaky lounge door, lots of things that Rose says to them, laughing, coughing, electronic noises they hear of things working etc, anything basically that takes their fancy, I would guess that each one has a personal repertoire of around 30 to 50 sounds.
We fly them outside, they fly to us like little raptors for their pellets and mealworms, they do lots of filming for various projects.
Rose is the one who has puts an enormous amount of time into them, they are a huge commitment, but totally worth it, we learn so much from them, and they are great little ambassadors for their wild counterparts.
I play the piano and they roost in their carry pets next to it every night, so they love classical music, and sing along to their favourites, which are Beethoven, Bach, Schubert & Mozart.
Mozart the composer had a Starling he kept for three years, and was very impressed with its ability to sing along with him playing and composing, when it died, he gave it a full funeral and dedicated a piece to the bird called 'A musical joke'.
When they are singing, they are vocally battling each other to try to impress Rose with the best repertoire, its a courtship thing really, they sing really well from October to late June, then they stop during their moult period.'
Lloyd and Rose have their own family of birds that they work with exclusively for documentaries, film , drama, commercials and photography projects.
Website: www.lloydbuck.co.uk
Twitter: lloydbuck@birdspecialist
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