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The Soundworks Collection has just published an excellent series of recordings from the 2019 Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV conference - check out the topics and panels below:
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Wylie Stateman Keynote Address:

Wylie Stateman, a legendary sound designer and post-production media entrepreneur, delivered the Keynote Address at the sixth annual Mix Presents Sound for Film & Television, held Saturday, September 28, at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, Calif.


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Follow the Tracks Panel:

“Follow the Tracks” panel recorded at the 2019 Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV event at Sony Studios on Saturday, September 28, 2019

A panel of experts discusses where our dialog tracks come from, where they go, and what happens to them along the way, from set to screen.

Panelists:
Gary Bourgeois – CAS Re-recording Mixer
Adam Carl – Recordist
Matt “Smokey” Cloud – Assistant Editor
Chris Jacobson – CAS Re-recording Mixer
Anna Mackenzie – Dialog Editor
Ben Patrick – CAS Production Mixer
Tod A. Maitland – Production Mixer

Moderated by:
Gary Bourgeois – CAS Re-recording Mixer


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Immersive Audio Workflow: Concept, Editorial, Design and Mix panel:

Recorded at the 2019 Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV event at Sony Studios on Saturday, September 28, 2019.

Our panel of experts will discuss a how-to plan for creating and delivering audio through the post-production process for the best use of immersive sound technology:

Panelists:
Steve Ticknor – Supervising and Sound Design Editor Sony Pictures Studios
Tony Lamberti – Supervising Sound Editor, Re-Recording Mixer Sony Pictures Studios
Caleb Hollenback – Formosa Group
Cheryl Ottenritter – Sound Designer and Re-Recording Mixer Ott House Audio
Scott Kramer – Netflix
Paula Fairfield – Sound Designer

Moderated by:
Carolyn Giardina – The Hollywood Reporter


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The Networked Studio:

“The Networked Studio: Building a Near-Field Immersive Room With Audio-Over-IP” panel recorded at the 2019 Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV event at Sony Studios on Saturday, September 28, 2019:

Chief engineers, designers and integrators discuss the ins and outs of building a near-field immersive audio studio using advanced Audio-Over-IP networking technologies and tools.

Panelists:
Brian Armstrong, Streamline System Design
Lane Burch – Sony Pictures Studio
Ron Romano – Belmont University
Phil Wagner – Wagner Consulting
Brian Armstrong – Streamline System Design
David Henszey – Managing Member Henszey Sound LLC.

Moderated by:
Phil Wagner


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Composing for Television:

“Composing for Television” panel recorded at the 2019 Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV event at Sony Studios on Saturday, September 28, 2019

Composers:
Danny Lux, Fred Coury, Bobby Summerfield

Moderated By:
Greg Ondo – Steinberg


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Composer Shie Rozow:

Composer Shie Rozow conversation recorded at the 2019 Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV event at Sony Studios on Saturday, September 28, 2019


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Composing for Film:

“Composing for Film” panel recorded at the 2019 Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV event at Sony Studios on Saturday, September 28, 2019


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George Massenburg Mixing in Dolby Atmos:

George Massenburg discusses mixing an Alicia Keys track in Dolby Atmos at the Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV event at Sony Studios on Saturday, September 28, 2019:


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Documentary Sound Design & Atmos Mixing with Cheryl Ottenritter:

Re-recording mixer Cheryl Ottenritter from Ott House Audio discusses documentary sound design & Dolby Atmos mixing at the Mix Magazine Sound for Film & TV event at Sony Studios on Saturday, September 28, 2019. Moderated by Michael Coleman, SoundWorks Collection.


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A big thanks to all the panelists and moderators for some excellent talks and insights – and to the Soundworks Collection for sharing the recordings!

 

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    The recordings contain sounds from 14 different species. With the focus on reptiles, it also features amphibians, mammals and birds.
    Ever needed a realistic hiss of an Arabian Cobra, the roar of a Nile crocodile, the sweet chirping of a Djungarian hamster, or the whistling sound of a Reticulated Phyton coming out of cold water? Here you go. With two mic positions in 192kHz I followed around the tails of big (Diamondback-) and small (Massasauga-) Rattlesnakes. I even recorded the purr of giant lizards (monitors).

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    Ambience recordings recorded using the Sony D100 Recorder, at 24 it, 192kHz, at various positions. Recordings Include Distant Shoveling, Car Pass Bys, Icy and Crunchy!

    Stay in the nice warm house.
    All files are meta-data tagged using Soundly and Basehead.

    30 %
    OFF
    Ends 1591135199
  • Alchemy of Guns is a comprehensive weapon laboratory of single sounds made to be mixed, assembled and fit with each other.
    We built the library as an array of modular layers, each one bound to a specific alchemical element, each one made with a specific Xfer Serum setup, and since we enjoyed finding ourselves sketching on paper combinations of elements according to the combinations of the samples, we kept this general structure.

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