In Qingdao, there is a cinematic sound engineer hidden in the downtown area-"Uncle Da" Han Ruida. From "Taiyu" to "Taoist Down the Mountain" to "Zhao's Orphan", he used the rich and bold imagination to show the audience the possibilities of sound.
Han Ruida's sound art museum is small in size. Except for a work room, the other places are filled with "babies" he bought from various places-clothes, shoes, jewelry, large and small glass bottles, and old suitcases. And even the steel bars used for decoration have become sound props.
Han Ruida said that when he was in high school, he was also a young man who wrote songs and formed bands. "Now thinking about it, it may be those unfettered and flamboyant years that gave me the opportunity to turn my interest into my career. "
In 2009, Han Ruida, who majored in recording, graduated, and encountered a trough in the music industry. By chance, he came into contact with film and television sounds and has been doing it now.
"In the beginning, struggling and confused was a compulsory course for growth. I remember one time I really wanted to give up. My colleagues came over and asked me what 5.1 surround sound was. After I explained it to him carefully, I found out It turns out I love this industry so much. "
Through a series of works, Han Ruida gradually found the key to the secret of sound. "This is the job of onomatopoeist. It is difficult to give fixed formulas and procedures, because it is too abstract. It must be repeated practice and experience to take care of every detail."
"For example, the sound of a person walking can reflect the characteristics of the person, age, occupation, emotion, etc., so the corresponding props used are different. It can be said that each sound has its meaning." Han Ruida said.
"The cycle of cultivating a person in this industry is too long. A person who can truly become a film onset artist has to be beaten at least for three years." Han Ruida said, "Now the only people who can be a film onset throughout the country are There are about 50 people, so I am lucky to be able to enter this field. "
In 2015, Han Ruida and his lover hit it off right away, ending the one-south and one-south relationship, and set up his own sound art museum in the beautiful scenery of Qingdao. Four years have passed, and Han Ruida has also continued to open up the boundaries of imagination with sound, and has produced the intersection of sound with different industries.
"I have been making sounds for 10 years. In the process of continuously contacting the surrounding industries and industries, I also slowly discovered that the 'Sound Tower' can not only serve the picture, but also be integrated into all aspects of life." Han Ruida told Qing Baojun. (Text / Yang Qiqitu / Wang Lei)