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In this episode we are joined by the sound team from the hit Disney Plus series WandaVision. Gwendolyn Yates Whittle and Kim Foscato (Co-Supervising Sound Editors) as well as Danielle Dupre (Re-Recording Mixer) tell us about the immense pressure to complete the series to match Marvel's cinematic standards while working under pandemic restrictions. …
 
Way back in January, the great Mark Mangini penned a little blog post outlining some audio tropes that he was hoping to put to rest.That post inspired some slack threads, facebook posts, and a good general discussion about how we can be more original and creative when tasked with designing sounds and situations that can have quick and easy answers.…
 
We talk to Peter Albrechtsen (sound designer) & David Barber (re-recording mixer) about the intense and unique sound work done on director Robert Machoian's film The Killing of Two Lovers. Visually the film plays out over long steady shots, while much of the films plot takes place off screen with sound taking the lead. The director also chose not t…
 
We pick up where we left off in episode 163 with guests Kate Finan, Dominic Lawrence & Heather Olsen talking about doing sound design for series animation. We cover how to deal with the tight scheduling and deadlines, the hard lessons we all learned when getting started in animation sound and the need to respect how important these shows are to you…
 
In this episode we welcome Heather Olsen (Gravity Falls, The Fairly OddParents), and Kate Finan (Muppet Babies, Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus) from California, as well as Dom Lawrence (The Octonauts, Danger Mouse) from Ireland to talk about the art of doing sound design for animated series. They join our regular hosts Teresa Morrow (Nina's World, …
 
In this episode we talk with the sound team behind the excellent new film Judas and The Black Messiah. We dig deep into a standout scene involving a speech to an exuberant crowd with lots of call and response happening. Marlowe Taylor talks about how he captured the sounds on set, as Production Mixer. Rich Bologna explains how he edited those sound…
 
In this episode we talk about the sound work done on the latest Aaron Sorkin film The Trial of The Chicago 7. We are joined by Reneé Tondelli (supervising sound editor) & Michael Babcock (re-recording mixer) as they tell us all the challenges they overcame to make this protest/courtroom drama come to life. From overcoming challenges of recording lo…
 
In this episode speak with Sergio Diaz (Supervising Sound Editor) & Zach Seivers (re-recording mixer) about their work on director Chloé Zhao's new film Nomadland. This film has very little dialog and music, so a lot of the sonic emotion of the film is built by the sound design and the very prominent ambiences used in the film.…
 
This episode we are joined by Gilbert Lake who was the SFX re-recording mixer on the recent Patty Jenkins film Wonder Woman 1984. Gilbert tells us how he got started with his mixing career in New Zealand only to end up back in his home town of London England, the type of sound effects the director expects for a Wonder Woman film and how to make a s…
 
In this episode we talk with Steve Boeddeker about the sound of the new documentary, The Dissident. He handled the entire sound edit and mix on this engrossing and complicated story that leans on sound heavily to make things clear. After that we visit with Cory Rizos, out of Montreal, and discuss his career in sound.…
 
We are joined by the sound team behind the hit series The Mandalorian. Re-Recording Mixer Bonnie Wild & Sound Designer/Supervising Sound Editor Dave Acord tell us about making the sounds of light sabers, the beskar spear, and seismic bombs. They also discuss their approach to creating the endless array of new creature vocals that the Star Wars univ…
 
We welcome Tim Nielsen and Kai Paquin to talk about organizing & participating in Crowd Sourced Sound Effects Libraries. They have both run successful Crowd Sourced libraries that went on to raise lots of money for charities once completed. We also talk about the Universal Category System initiative, that Tim and Kai are the brains behind, and how …
 
Today Rene and Tim talk with the legendary Production Sound Mixer John Pritchett. John has worked on projects from Dirty Dancing to Avengers: End Game and just about everything in between. In addition to all the blockbusters he has also worked with auteur directors like Altman, Malick, Mendes, Oliver Stone, PT Anderson, and many more. He has seen i…
 
Wylie Stateman (Django Unchained, Godless, Hateful 8), Valerie Deloof (The Sisters Brothers), Mandell Winter (Deadwood: The Movie, Magnificent 7, Meek's Cutoff) and Don Sylvester (3:10 To Yuma) tell us about how they approach Sound Design for Westerns. From horses & guns to gritty foley & ambiences, we cover it all to make the wide open spaces of t…
 
In this episode we talk with the ubiquitous Jack Menhorn about his latest project: Disintegration from V1 Interactive.Jack gets into the nuts and bolts of the asset management, voice production, vehicle building, and dynamic mixing. Jack also dives into his big leap into his first project as a full-on audio lead.In addition to running the sound dep…
 
During the time of global pandemic sound designer Al Sirkett created the Ambient Isolation project as something to do with his daughter. The project ballooned into a massive crowdsource, where recordists from around the world captured the sounds of a locked down world.In Part 2 we’ve assembled a collage of contributions with short descriptions from…
 
During the time of global pandemic sound designer Al Sirkett created the Ambient Isolation project as something to do with his daughter. The project ballooned into a massive crowdsource, where recordists from around the world captured the sounds of a locked down world.In Part 1 of this episode we talk with Al about the story of the project and how …
 
In 2018 the film world took notice when Alfonoso Cuarón, director of Gravity, released a black and white, period film called Roma to wide acclaim. It was one of the first films to truly explore and innovate in the Atmos format, and the dense soundfield was an intense labor of love throughout.In this episode we spoke with sound editor Javier Quesada…
 
In this episode we talk with Paul and Jessie about Trolls World Tour. The film is about how music can either drive us apart or bring us closer together, resulting in the sound design playing a major role in making the story work. We discuss how to make sound effects cut through in a loud musical, figuring out the sound of the Trolls' world, and how…
 
Are you nervous about starting a new project? Don’t worry; so is everyone else, including your sound design hero, Randy Thom… Talking through the edit, scene by scene gives the director, the composer and the rest of the editorial team the chance to sort out out technical issues and determine the direction and shape the soundtrack is going to take… …
 
In this episode, René and Tim talk with acclaimed voice actor Eric Vale about the process of setting up a home voice recording setup during the age of quarantine when studios are not available and work still needs to be done.We dispel some myths, we talk gear, we show off some mics, and we crack some jokes. If you know voice actors going through th…
 
What with one thing and another, John, Shelley and Scott are sheltering at home. We take advantage of this rare break in the schedule to bring them back together over Skype. They pull back the curtain (Zuzz, but just a hairball) on the unique space they've created to work in and share the irrepressible camaraderie that fuels their work at Skywalker…
 
In this episode we are "re-broadcasting" an interview from the Sound Perspective Podcast with legendary Australian film director Peter Weir (Witness/Master & Commander/Truman Show/Dead Poets Society). Peter talks with host Alfie Faber about working early in his career with legendary sound pro Alan Splet, and then with Richard King on his later film…
 
Rene & Tim are joined by guests who are all just getting started with working in ATMOS. After having to figure out ATMOS on their own, without the benefit of a full tech staff, we discuss the mistakes made, lessons learned & some discovered tricks. Guests on this episode are Korey Pereira , Nicole Auringer and Glenn Eanes. They are all doing audio …
 
We talk with Stuart Wilson about his work as Production Mixer on the extremely challenging set of Sam Mendes' epic film 1917. The films long continuous shots presented new and unique obstacles (both physical and technical). He also worked on two other recent films in The Two Popes and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Since we recorded this intervi…
 
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