Interview Questions

  • A brief description of who you are and what it is that you do!
  • What kind of background do you have with sound/music? Did you study it or was it self taught?
  • What kind of music did you listen to growing up?
  • When was it that you realised that you wanted to work with sound? And did any music inspire you to work with sound? If not what inspired you?
  • How and when did you start off working with sound using computer programs/composing with various instruments?
  • What kind of responses do you get when you tell people that you work with sound?
  • What kind of music do you listen to now? Do you aspire to be like certain musicians/artists?
  • Do you think that sound has to be created differently for different generations of audiences? And what do you think of the audience’s relationship with sound?
  • What do you think of sound’s relationship with imagery? Does sound get overlooked or does it work hand in hand with the imagery?
  • What do you think computer based music programs bring to the music and film industries?
  • Why do you think that classical composing often works hand in hand with films
  • How do you feel about the advances of computer based sound/music production?
  • Do you think that the wide accessibility of modern sound/music editing programmes can be a bad thing for the media industries?
  • Do you think that the classical way of composing for films will slowly and eventually die out?
  • Finally, What is the best thing about working with sound? and what does sound mean to you?

 

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