Conversation 4: Designing with Sound
with Ned Beckley & Josh Hogan
SAT 15 OCT | 2PM – 2:45PM
Sound is powerful – it influences the way we feel and can trigger our deepest memories. What does a sound designer do and what kind of design decisions do they make?
Take an aural journey with award-winning local sound designers Ned Beckley and Josh Hogan of Envelope Audio, whose work spans everything from film scores and video games to public art. Josh and Ned will speak about the craft of sound design and its tremendous power in the storytelling process.
Chances are, you’ve already heard their work on the ABC, Netflix or at the Fremantle Biennale.
This event is part of the Fremantle Design Week Conversations Series. Tickets are available for individual sessions, a whole day or the whole weekend.
Envelope Audio brings together the work of Ned Beckley and Josh Hogan. With a combined media industry experience spanning over 25 years, Envelope offers high quality creative and technical prowess in audio post production, music composition and sound design across all media formats. Based in Fremantle, Western Australia and serving a global client base, Envelope Audio produces sonics that move and flex emotional muscles.
Ned Beckley’s diverse body of work spans electronic performance and recordings, soundtracks and sound design for film and TV, installation, dance and digital multimedia. He studied cinema at Melbourne University and worked at the National Film & Sound Archive, honing his understanding of the synergy between film and sound. Past and current work includes production and playing live alongside international touring acts such as Jon Hopkins, Pantha Du Prince, Colin Stetson, Nightmares On Wax and Lapalux under the electronic alias Lower Spectrum.
Josh Hogan is a composer, music producer and sound designer, producing music and audio for the Australian media industry in short- and long-form formats, from TV to film and documentary, apps, games, radio and music. As an educator, Josh lectures in Sound and Music Production at the University of Western Australia, and is a Director and Ableton Certified Trainer at the Noisemaker Academy.