In February 2010 I drove up the hill behind my house once again and recorded more ice breaking. Keep in mind this “back hill” peak is actually 4000 feet above Sandpoint, Idaho. This time I found a very large water containment pond that had frozen solid when it was extremely cold back in January. The standing water under the ice had drained away and the top 10 inches or so of ice had collapsed in on itself. It was hollow ...More →
Back in February 2010 I gathered all my camp stove oil, gasoline and diesel and decided it was time to burn a brush pile that had built up over the last 3 years. It was quite large and somewhat wet underneath so LOTS of fuel was needed. I grabbed my SD-702 / AT-835ST /Sony PCM-D1 and started to burn!
December 3, 2009
Drove up the back hill and recorded more ice puddle breaking. The temperature the night before was around 8 degrees so the ice in the puddle had re-frozen harder than yesterday. I brought the 702/CSS5 setup and dropped rocks on the ice puddle. A helicopter was overhead so some takes did not come out very good. I then recorded with the Sony PCM-D1 and got some close, hard breaks and stomped my foot down hard on the ice. ...More →
Breaking The Sound Barrier
Local sound designer has a big effect on entertainment
By BEN SILVERMAN
Staff writer for the Bonner County Daily Bee
July 8, 2001 SANDPOINT IDAHO – If you can, imagine the movies, television, or even video games without sound. Not just the sound of dialog or the musical score, but also every squeak, bump and sound effect that brings a production to life.Thanks to Sound Designer Frank Bry, we don’t have to live in silence.
Bry uses portable digital ...More →