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Posted by on Apr 14, 2011 | 3 comments

Box of Toys, New Website Dedicated Explore Canada’s Post Production Audio Industry

Niall Collins and John-Paul Borchardt have recently launched Box of Toys, a new blog dedicated to explore the audio post industry on Canada, but also sharing a useful news, videos, articles, and all kind of general content.

Box of Toys is a platform to broadcast new, exciting and nerdy audio related news to you, the surfer! From video interviews with today’s top Canadian post audio professionals to blogs about the technology that will shape the future of sound editing, Box of Toys’ mission is to showcase Canada’s post production audio industry. The site was formed by two post production audio editors and re-recording mixers working out of Toronto Ontario, Canada. Niall Collins and John-Paul Borchardt have been working in the film industry since 2007 and have already earned a reputation for quality and professionalism.

There are already some great posts, including a really nice profile on foley artist Andy Malcolm, who is also owner at Footsteps Studios, Uxbridge. Take a look:

More stuff of the Box:

A Conversation with Morgan Freeman

MOS: Location Sound Horrors That Bleed Through to Post

Sound: The Rodney Dangerfield of Film Production

Here, there or everywhere?

Box of Toys on Twitter

3 Comments

  1. Love what you guys had to say!

  2. WOW!! You guys are amazing!!! I never thought of wiring up a whole house to use as different stages for distinct sounds. If theres a kitchen scene, lets go to the kitchen! That would be my dream! 4 thumbs up guys!

  3. I am a newbie here! I would like to thoughtful on uncanny friends, beck abutting virgin ideas and learn more knowledge. Hankering you whirl admissible me here!

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