Rosecrans Baldwin X Coudal

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Speaking of Rosecrans Baldwin‘s new novel You Lost Me There, it turns out our friends over at Coudal did the trailer, above. Coudal explains the team-up:

[Mr. Baldwin]  wanted to use the prologue to the book and tracked down a studio where he recorded himself reading it. Sending those files over, along with a collection of amazing photos by Aya Padrón, and we got to work. Since the prologue, and the book itself, is all about memory, we built a collection of blur and flicker effects and thought gradual fades would work nicely throughout. To really make the piece work, we spent most of our time on the sound design, assembling dozens of miscellaneous audio clips in our archives and finding bits and pieces at our regular go-to: the wonderful, collaborative site The Freesound Project. We hope you’ll enjoy the end result as much as we enjoyed making it, and really hope it encourages you to pick up a copy of You Lost Me There.

Rosecrans Baldwin’s S.O. story, Praying Hands, is here.


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