While the main focus of Mikel Rouse’s The End of Cinematics is visual--it combines live performance with original music and video/film--the soundtrack is still a key element in the audience’s spatial experience. “Because we were doing a 3D/hyper-real film, I wanted to make sure that I had a 5.1 surround sound environment,” he explains. “It’s a music-driven piece, even though there’s lots of live sound from the film soundtrack.” When the film was shot in Paris, Rouse recorded audio wild, ...
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