Audio Sculpting

Introduction

Apparently a new audio creation method, audio sculpting is reallocating (the likely ample) resources needed for performance or visual scoring to instead further refine audio for a (perhaps much) more immersive listening experience.

Audio sculpting results are ideal for online listening and sharing (especially when ever-improving data transfer rates via the internet easily allow uncompressed audio streaming), but also can be brought into performance and visual scores.

In short, audio sculpting is about creating an impressively intricate sonic result for your audience.

Note the All Sines entertainment ecosystem website offers more details about audio sculpting.

Service Introduction

Real Wave offers a prime audio sculpting service that flexibly matches Scott McCabe's strong electronic audio skill set (from decades of experience along with a degree in music synthesis and production from Berklee College of Music) with the desires of fitting clients.

Scott's audio sculpting specialty is sonic space refinement, which results in highly detailed spatial textures (as conveniently heard in his musical contributions) that can intricately manipulate the listener's sense of space.

Custom audio sculpting of music and/or sound effects (in part or whole) is available at a fair price with caring service.

Scott's basic style is modern to progressive (i.e. from modern conservative to wildly creative).

His mood runs the gamut from horrifyingly negative through balance to gloriously positive.

His best fit is within the genre of science fiction and/or modern psychedelia (including being very 'cannabis friendly').

To ensure a high-quality experience for all Real Wave clients, a careful approach to client selection is based upon current workload, personality compatibility, and the fit between Scott's skills and client demands.

Service availability status: unavailable until further notice

Rate

Minute: $1

The rate is subject to change with fair notice (i.e. an email containing a link to this updated section sent via the Real Wave email list).

Service Basics

When the service availability status (see above) is set to accepting new project proposals, you (as a potential or existing client) use the Real Wave contact form to send a reasonably detailed proposal including the expected result, and optionally a budget ceiling. Your proposal must reasonably answer the 'what' and 'when' questions.

Important: To ensure your proposal is (at least promptly) read, the contact message subject line must only say: Audio Sculpting Proposal

Qualifying proposals lead to Real Wave's promptest possible response to start the professional fit assessment.

You (upon your project being approved by Real Wave as a fit for this service) must sign the "Client Agreement" form that includes the best description of the proposal and basic service terms.

Half of the written service cost estimate also provided in the "Client Agreement" form must be successfully deposited into Real Wave's bank account prior to any work commencing (no exceptions).

As mutually deemed necessary, one or more client meetings (by phone to avoid travel burdens) occur to ensure proper project tuning.

You review the resulting work in a compressed audio format.

You sign the "Client Satisfaction" form upon project completion and provide the remaining payment due.

When your final payment for the project is successfully deposited into Real Wave's bank account, you then receive the uncompressed audio file(s) as the deliverable (no exceptions) – and noting that no Pro Tools session data (or such) can be a deliverable.

There is no change in copyright ownership of the deliverable as a result from using this service.

Disclaimers

For now (to avoid overwhelmingly complex logistics), this service is only available to citizens of (and living in) the United States of America. However, potential clients outside of that national citizenship, and who are familiar to Scott in a positive way (i.e. reputable from his view), may be the international exception to the national rule.

Although Scott has some surround sound experience, this service is limited to stereo work only for now.

Contact

Repeating for emphasis and convenience:

When the service availability status (see above) is set to accepting new project proposals, you use the Real Wave contact form to send a reasonably detailed proposal including the expected result, and optionally a budget ceiling. Your proposal must reasonably answer the 'what' and 'when' questions.

Important: To ensure your proposal is (at least promptly) read, the contact message subject line must only say: Audio Sculpting Proposal