My name is Eugene and I’m an audio-video pilgrim from Ukraine, based in Glasgow. My main music experience includes producing, DJing, and song-writing. But I always was attached to video production and particapted in various projects as a director, editor and producer, including conceptual event promotion and entertainment management. Trying to find a balance between those two passions, I’ve summarized my skills in the music project “HIGHSHIFTING”.
“NERVOUS SOUND” was originally a complex project at the intersection of music, poetry, and video production.
This song is against self-accusation and personal distrust, based on the current pandemic situation and about my empathy to the world.
This programme enables students to explore and develop their creative practice through the medium of sound design and music composition/production for the moving image. The emphasis of the programme rationale is the interplay between creative practices underpinned by theoretical research and mediated through the craft elements of sound production within a visual environment. This practice of sound production is applied to film, animation, television, virtual reality, new media, electronic games and sound art.
Students also engage with the theoretical and historical framework of sound for the moving image thus facilitating the ability to contextualise their own work within this framework.
The programme promotes production of original work, through individual or group-based research, that is conceptually-driven, aesthetically challenging and wide-ranging in its use of sound design and music production/composition.
Sam Welch, MDes Sound for the Moving Image. We wither, wallow, wait and ward off this unshakable evolutionary response. Panic is silence. Panic is crowding, a bustling cornucopia of responses →
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