Monday 10 September, 11.00am - 12.00pm
Gareth will demonstrate some of the techniques he uses to
mangle and process sound effects, whether to make a sound effect sound more
distant or to create something weird and wonderful.
Gareth Fry is an award winning sound designer best known for
creating work for leading UK theatre directors such as Katie Mitchell and
Complcite's Simon McBurney. He is chairman of the Association of Sound
Designers. He won the 2007 Olivier Award for "Waves" at the National
Theatre, for which he was described by The Guardian newspaper as
"visionary". He won the 2009 Olivier Award for National Theatre of
Scotland's much lauded "Black Watch". His work includes 18
productions at the Royal National Theatre, 13 at the Royal Court and countless
more at venues such as the Donmar Warehouse, Old Vic, Young Vic and in the West
End. He has worked extensively internationally, including New York, Berlin,
Cologne and Dublin. He was the Soundscape Designer for the Opening Ceremony of
the 2012 Olympic Games.
You can register for this event on the PLASA website - book early to avoid disappointment!
(c) Association of Sound Designers 2019