Archive for the ‘general’ Category

I’m actually in tech weekend for The Adding Machine at Theatre Vertigo. Being productive. Interesting note: This theatre uses QLab on an iMac… And as much as I’m a PC person I’ve always heard lovely things about QLab. Also it’s expensive, so I figured I’d give it a fair shake. Know what? It has weaker features, less flexibility, and is more difficult to use than Audio Visual Devices’ MultiPlay… which is, you know, free.

Hilarious. So that was interesting to learn.

Been busy wrapping up sounds for this show, so I’ve been unable to post samples from Attempts, but hopefully over the next week I’ll treat your ears to some of the sounds from both shows.


Here I am.

Posted: October 6, 2010 in general

Here I intend to post information about my work in the field of music and sound design. In addition to my musical endeavors I work with small theatre, particularly defunkt theatre, and often design sound for interesting, unique, and obscure works. I often find that there is little documentation for sound design for previous performances of many of the works that I am involved in, and I am starting this site particularly so that I can provide at least a point of reference for what has been done in the past. If you are designing sound for any of the shows that I have worked on, I would love to discuss it with you, and provide my work as a point of reference.

It is not my wish to be emulated or copied, or course, but I feel that there is a lack of available information to those, like me, who work with obscure or underperformed scripts, and I would like to foster a free exchange of information amongst those who share my particular pastime.

Of course, if you would like to contact me to collaborate on a project, I would love to talk to you as well. I’m a nice guy, that’s how I roll.

So, take a moment, look around, give a listen.

If you’ve come here in early days, please check back, as I will be posting sound samples and information as I find the time to post it.


Richard E. Moore.