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“Working closely with Earprint Productions on a number of productions here at the Smithsonian Institution has been immensely rewarding both professionally and personally. Their instincts and knowledge in finding the story and then creating immersive soundscapes has greatly enhanced our visitors’ experience at our museum.”
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Recently closed: “A Moving Masterpiece: The Song Dynasty as Living Art”. It’s an amazing animated version of the “Qing Ming Shang He Tu”, which describes life along the river in the Northern Song capital of Kaifeng in the 11th century. Earprint wrote and produced the multimedia tour, available in 7 languages.
Andrew Nugee, CEO of Imagineear, discusses “A Moving Masterpiece” on the BBC’s “Click”.
Yesterday I drove 142 miles in the service of art, skirting the north edge of the Bay through the most glorious, season-defying, 80-degree February day known to woman. My mission: to interview three painters whose work is being re-installed at SFO’s new international terminal, Terminal 2, for a cell phone tour we’re making for the San Francisco Arts Commission. My first stop was landscape and still-life painter Willard Dixon‘s garage-studio, tucked away in a leafy green suburban Marin County neighborhood. As I approached the door, snatches of jazz tinkled off the ivories within. The opening door revealed a full jazz drum kit, walls decked with paintings, and the painter himself.
We just started a new project with the SF Arts Commission, creating a cell phone audio tour for San Francisco International Airport new Terminal 2. The project includes five commissioned large-scale public artworks and a re-installation of treasures from the Airport Museum’s permanent collection. Here are a few photos from our hardhat walkthrough last week. (more…)
Just opened: Foley soundtrack exhibit, part of the Creative Hollywood section of the new History Galleries at the Oakland Museum of California. In the Foley booth, visitors create their own Foley sound track to a crime or western movie. Earprint Productions did the interactive design.
By Jason Reinier
I recorded in Piers 15 and 17 on the Embarcadero in SF on October 29, 2010. This was the day before construction began for the new Exploratorium, slated to open in 2013. I did a 20 minute walk-through starting on the Embarcadero side of pier 17, moving all the way around towards the bay to pier 15 and then back to the Embarcadero. I was amazed at the tonal qualities of the space. I found some other interesting things to record along the way.
Listen to this short sample of a mix of the opening of a large rolling gate, the ambient tone of the space and a reverberant cyclone fence that separated the 2 piers at the back of the buildings.