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The Color of Sound - May 2014 News

Sound Color
“Within You Without You,” The Beatles
1967

What if we could see sound? Aside from graphical representations of sound like waveforms and meters, we can't just look at an orchestra and see sounds flying out of the trombones. I wish we could watch the beautiful tones flow from Itzhak Perlman's Stradivarius.

But we can - sort of. As reported by NPR, we can see certain sounds using a technique invented in the mid-19th century.

Read the entire newsletter here.

National Avenue Corridor Lauded



A recent article by the Lexington Herald-Leader looks at why our neighborhood is so special.

http://www.kentucky.com/2014/01/20/3042916/national-avenue-corridor-has-become.html

Dynamix Shares in ADDY Gold

Dynamix won a Gold ADDY Award for Sound Design on Friday at the AAF Lexington ADDY Show. The sound design, by Dane Dickmann, was for a DoubleStar Firearms television commercial directed by Jason Epperson (Eppic Films).

Dynamix also won a Silver ADDY Award for Sound Design for the “Envisioning Home” documentary trailer (directed by Jason Epperson of Eppic Films), with sound design by Neil Kesterson.

We also shared in 7 other awards, including 1 Gold ADDY, 1 Silver ADDY, and 4 Bronze ADDYs. Congratulations to all the winners!

Watch the DoubleStar commercial by clicking this link.

Watch the Envisioning Home trailer by clicking this link.

Rare Soldier Wins Rare Life Award

The Grand Prize Winner of the 2011 Eagle Rare Life Award , Master Gunnery Sergeant Charles “Chunks” Padilla won based on his dedication to this country as well as his continued support of injured Marines and their families. A documentary produced by Cornett-IMS, edited by Darren Platt of Post Time Productions, and sound design by Neil Kesterson of Dynamix Productions, is on the Eagle Rare web site. Read More...

Documentary Premiers at The Nunn Center

"Quest for the Perfect Bourbon," a film by documentary maker Joanna Hay, is about the people, stories, and history of Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, KY. The documentary started out as an oral history project and blossomed into a 40-minute program that will be broadcast by KET in the coming months. Neil Kesterson of Dynamix Productions provided post production audio. Read More...
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