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Best Sounddesign podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Sounddesign podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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At EF Education First we know the power of exploring new places and new cultures. These experiences can push you beyond your comfort zone, connect you to new people and help create a more open world. EF Outbound is a podcast from EF Education First featuring transformative travel stories that defy our expectations, challenge our assumptions, and teach us about the world and our place in it. Subscribe today to catch all of our awe-inspiring EF Outbound stories. And to learn more about explori ...
 
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'When have you ever given me a call?' Support The Show Patreon: patreon.com/tincanaudio Ko-fi: ko-fi.com/tincanaudio Bandcamp: tincanaudio.bandcamp.com We wanted to record an update on all that is happening with Season 2 of our show, but then decided to go one better and remote record a brand new special episode! Starring David Devereux as Taylor C…
 
Design Notes is a show about creative work and what it teaches us. In this episode, Liam speaks with illustrator, editorial designer, and author Laurie Rosenwald about how she’s managed to cultivate an aesthetic—and a career—around “making mistakes on purpose.” Learn how chaos and collage can come together to reveal unexpected creative potential, a…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with Kerry Murphy, co-founder of digital fashion house The Fabricant, to learn how ones and zeros are spun, woven, and stitched into virtual couture. In designing couture that doesn’t—or can’t—exist in physical space, The Fabricant also explores ideas of embodiment and self-actualization. Murphy pushes these concepts ev…
 
Design Notes is a show about creative work and what it teaches us. For the first episode of 2020, Liam speaks with David Reinfurt, founder of O-R-G, half of Dexter Sinister, and author of A *New* Program for Graphic Design. Together they explore the fluid notions of personal, corporate, and graphic identity throughout Reinfurt’s career, the importa…
 
This episode is part of a special series of four interviews with the winners of this year’s Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. Reflectly, a unique journaling app, won this year’s award for innovation by pushing the boundaries of Material Design and bringing it to life with fluid animations, a novel eleva…
 
This episode is part of a special series of four interviews with the winners of this year’s Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. Ruff is a focused note-taking app that won this year’s award for theming, building an expressive identity through the consistent application of color, typography, and shape. In t…
 
This episode is part of a special series of four interviews with the winners of this year’s Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. Trip.com is a travel app that won this year’s award for universality by accounting for users around the world with over a dozen supported languages and custom imagery. The interv…
 
This episode is part of a special series of four interviews with the winners of this year’s Material Design Awards, exploring what goes into creating an award-winning app. Scripts won this year’s award for Experience, with creative interactions, navigation, and content presentation. In the interview, I spoke with the Scripts team about using a colo…
 
A recording of our second night of our four show run at the Bansheee Labyrinth as part of the Edinburgh Horror Festival 2019. It was mad, it was warm, it was a lot of fun, and quite a few bad things happened. Some photos of our costumes: https://twitter.com/middle_below/status/1190941067652280321 Neil Gaiman noticing us: twitter.com/neilhimself/sta…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with Bradley Munkowitz, also known as designer/director GMUNK, unpacking Munkowitz’s scintillating psychedelic aesthetic — inspired by actual psychedelic experiences — and why it’s important as a designer to continually challenge and be challenged, maintaining a healthy discomfort with one’s own work. Subscribe to Desig…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with interdisciplinary artist and creative coder Qianqian Ye in her San Francisco studio. The duo traces her journey from wielding calligraphy brushes to building a hand-holding glove, unpacking the vulnerabilities we all share as humans, how creative intent is communicated, and the importance of imagining other futures…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with new media artist Harvey Moon in his San Francisco studio. The duo discuss how Moon’s work reveals unseen properties of the world around us, the process of creating one’s own creative tools, and the kind of art that’s only made possible through collaboration with machines.Read a full transcript 👉Transcript Subscribe…
 
Princess Keisha and the Air learn of a great threat to the Kingdom, and the Queen sends them on a quest that could help save them all in the future. If...they succeed... Follow the show so you don't miss episodes as soon as they drop, and please tell your friends about Flyest Fables. If you liked the show, please leave a review! Thanks so much to E…
 
Performed by Katrina Allen With live music and introduction by David Devereux In January, we had our first live show. At the beginning of the second half, we decided to perform a special little preview of Tin Can Audio's latest audio fiction series: The Tower. The series, the monologue and even the music have all evolved since this performance (Dav…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with Katie Garcia and Dustin Payseur, who together run independent music label Bayonet Records.Garcia and Payseur (who also leads the band Beach Fossils) break down the complex relationship between a record label and the creative work it supports, the qualities of sonic design, and the magic of releasing an album on you…
 
A brand new episode of Middle:Below performed live at the Scottish Youth Theatre in January 2019. It was a mess. Support The Show Ko-Fi: https://ko-fi.com/Q5Q3BENL Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tincanaudio press pack: tincanaudio.co.uk/middle-below follow the show on Twitter and Instagram: @middle_below Starring: David Devereux as Taylor Charlot…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with Rob Giampietro, Design Director at the Museum of Modern Art. Giampietro shares his journey from studio designer to design manager, explores the unseen details of a museum experience, and describes the responsibility designers have to create impact. Download a PDF transcript 👉Download Subscribe to Design Notes 👉Goog…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with Clinton Cargill, the current visual director at Vanity Fair and former photo director at Bloomberg Businessweek. Cargill describes how he mastered the art of critically looking at pictures, what it takes to craft a compelling story with the expressive capabilities of photography, and why intent is central to creati…
 
'I prefer to stay out of your way, but this is very much my business now.' SUPPORT US ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/tincanaudio transcript: https://urlzs.com/tG3H press pack: tincanaudio.co.uk/middle-below follow the show on Twitter and Instagram: @middle_below Starring: Charlotte Ryder as Heather David Pellow as Gil the Ghost Megan 'Bucky' B…
 
The Queen of Stories struggles for direction, as she realizes the terrible danger the Gem Seekers pose to the Kingdom of Orleans. Follow the show so you don't miss episodes as soon as they drop, and please tell your friends about Flyest Fables. If you liked the show, please leave a review! Flyest Fables was created, written, produced and narrated b…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with New York-based type designer Ksenya Samarskaya, exploring how type absorbs influence from its place in time, space, and culture. Samarskaya unpacks how typography represents the histories and complexities of the world around us, while revealing our own identities in the process.Download a PDF transcript 👉 Transcrip…
 
In this episode, Liam speaks with Bee Grandinetti and Hedvig Ahlberg—two thirds of the trio that founded Punanimation, a community and platform for women, trans, and non-binary folks working with animation and motion design.Bee and Hedvig unpack the ways in which motion design is influenced by the music and movement of the world around us, and how …
 
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