Over the last two weeks I've written about recording race car sound effects for airbornesound.com. This post will wrap things up with a description of how I specifically tried to evoke character from the session.
Bringing personality to recordings when you can't control the environment or performance is tricky.
Last week I wrote about how to regain control in passive field recording sessions.
Today I'll explain a technique you can use to bring personality and life to your sound effects recordings. I've found it works in both passive and active sessions. I found it especially helpful during the IndyCar recordings.
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