A recent audio document of winter destruction. The other night, while raking snow off the roof, I took the opportunity to knock off some of the gargantuan icicles flourishing there, with pleasingly cacophonous results. Edited from a somewhat longer session. No EQ or dynamics processing applied.
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It’s been a pleasure to edit and mix post audio on the documentary feature “Queens of the Revolution”, directed by Rebecca Heidenberg. A portrait of Mejunje, a cultural center in Santa Clara that paved the way for LGBTQ+ rights in Cuba, the film highlights the bravery of people who have fought for their lives and identities for decades. Meandering through the streets of Santa Clara, into the homes of drag performers and on to the stage, the film tells the story of Mejunje through a chorus of voices. This community was violently persecuted but instead of fleeing, its members chose to stay and fight for change in the country they love. This story is not about victimhood, but about resilience, resistance, and survival. More info at koanfilms.com.
Above: a layer-by-layer presentation of my sound edit, musical composition and mix on the animated holiday card that Caitlin Cadieux and I put together at the end of 2018. This video isolates voiceover (performed by me) + background, sound effects, and music (which I composed), finally playing back all the elements mixed together.
Here’s the complete holiday card if you want to see/ hear it.