Chapter 2 was required by Dean within 2 days. For an hour of audio I had never worked to such a deadline before. However I threw myself at it and worked the longest hours I had ever undertaken on my DAW. After nervously undertaking chapter 1, my confidence was boosted from knowing Dean was happy with my work. As such, even though I worked long hours I was happy to do so, trying to do the best job I possibly could.
After submitting Chapter 2. draft one, I went back and watched it again. After which I decided to create more audio to send to Dean. Dean was quite happy that I had gone back and watched it again, however I sent him the files containing also including the original audio files, which was confusing and time confusing for Dean to fix. It was however a great learning opportunity about standard work flows and the nature of sharing files to a sound supervisor. A new experience to me as I had mostly worked with visual people, rather than providing audio in this way.
This a little sequence of isolated additive fx, containg footage of Castro, the Red square, and numerous rockets.
I used a combination of electromagnetic sounds, crowds, dialogue and found tank and rocket sounds.
I was particularly proud of this montage, given how hard it was to find and match up the dialogue of Castro, and the satisfaction of parring it up. Also in addition I made the tank rolling sounds from the sound of a trolley, which was a fun activity to undertake.