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Posted by on Jun 16, 2015 | 1 comment

News: Tonebenders Podcast: Ethan Van der Ryn and Erik Aadahl

Ethan (L) and Erik (R) on the mix stage. Photo by Greg P Russell.

On the most recent episode of the Tonebenders Podcast, the guys talk to experienced sound designers Ethan Van der Ryn and Erik Aadahl about their long and varied careers, working philosophies, and recent films. Some of the recent films Van der Ryn and Aadahl have worked on are Transformers: Age of ExtinctionGodzilla (2014)World War Z, and Argo, among others. Head over to the Tonebenders site to check it out, or listen on the go on iTunes or Stitcher.

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Posted by on May 11, 2015 | 0 comments

Aotg.com: Audio Levels and Metering Pt. 1

As part of our continuing goal of promoting greater cross-discipline learning with media editing site Art of the Guillotine (Aotg.com), we’d like to bring your attention to their recent article Audio Levels and Metering: Pt. 1. While the article is largely focused at educating editors on good level and metering practices in non-linear editors, there’s some valuable information in the article, and it’s a great refresher on metering approaches even if you’re well versed on the subject. It also features a great side-by-side comparison video of four common meter types. Check it out here!

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Posted by on May 7, 2015 | 1 comment

SoundWorks Collection: The Sound of The Idealist

In a recent video, SoundWorks Collection speaks to Sound Designer (and Designing Sound Contributing Editor) Peter Albrechtsen and Sound Rerecording Mixer Lars Ginzel about their work on the Danish film “The Idealist”. In the video, they discuss their uniquely sonic approach to the film, which concerns a journalist who exposes the biggest political scandal in Danish history. They also discuss the film’s use of Dolby Atmos and the opportunities it afforded them.

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Posted by on May 3, 2015 | 0 comments

DSDG: Scouts Honor – Documentary Sound

 

We’re discussing sound for the documentary “Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood” with Director Mac Smith and Co-producer John “JT” Torrijos. The live stream will begin at 8PM (U.S. Eastern). If the stream is not available immediately on the hour, it’s simply because we’re waiting for someone to log in to the hangout. You can watch in the embedded video above, but make sure you head directly to the hangout page if you want to ask any questions when we open up the Q&A.

If you’d like to ask any additional questions of Mac and JT, please visit the Scouts Honor facebook page or hit them up on Twitter.

The recording of the presentation should be available shortly after it ends, and it will replace the embedded live stream above.

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