A collection of interviews from around the internet with sound designers, films about sound design that help us understand useful concepts.

Want to discover more about sound design for theatre? Sound Designer & Composer Alma Kelliher discusses her creative process, her work on The Elephantom and why sound should be arranged like a musical score.

Tony Award winning Sound Designer Robert Kaplowitz is responsible for the sound system and sound content of a production. In a play, that content includes both music and sound effects. His primary skills are listening and the ability to understand a play and help an audience connect to the text.

Yvonne Gilbert is the sound manager for the Lyttelton theatre, the National Theatre's second largest stage. In this film she explains some of the techniques used to integrate sound effects into the stage and bring the set of a production to life.

Award-winning short "The Foley Artist" sees a master sound artist at work on a fashion film.

The sound team behind Director Denis Villeneuve's, Blade Runner 2049 featuring supervising sound editor Mark Mangini, sound designer Theo Green, re-recording mixer Doug Hemphill and Ron Bartlett, picture editor Joe Walker and Composers Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch.

Interview feature with sound designer Carolyn Downing about her work on Beautiful Burnout. Frantic Assembly and the National Theatre of Scotland present Beautiful Burnout, a dynamic and highly physical evocation of the world of Glasgow boxing clubs. "A brilliantly acted exploration of what makes boxers box and what happens when a shooting star shimmers, shines brightly and falls to earth."

The Art of Listening is a documentary film about the journey music takes to reach a listener's ear, from the intent of an instrument maker and composer, to the producers and engineers who capture and preserve an artist's voice.