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Lessons Learned: First Impressions for New Sound Mixers
I'd like to take a couple of minutes to run down a few tips for new location sound mixers. These are observations learned in over more than 30 years in both broadcast and location sound. These are not technical tips. Rather, they are lessons that I've received that made me a more professional, team oriented and in demand mixer.
Must Have Video Production Toys for the New Year
The New Year is upon us and if you didn't get all the toys you wanted for Christmas, don't fret. We have insider tips for the most vital video production toys on the market to make your business a success in 2020.
15 Film and Production Blogs You Need to Read
Staying updated in this industry is key to a successful career and can significantly elevate your networking ability.
The Success of La La Land: Exactly What This Means for Production
Broadway has gone from banished to A-List. Turn on the television and you are bound to find “Broadway-style” musicals. Who would have thought? I’ve known for a while that Broadway can mean big dollars, as have dozens of theater producers. This time around, however, networks-and big-time dollars-seem to be catching on, too.
Budgeting for New Equipment: The First Step in an Effective Production Plan
As the resident equipment nerd and Technology Editor for ProductionHUB, I am constantly on the lookout for the coolest, newest gear. It just might be the best part of my job here. Working on getting the new equipment you want into the workflow equipment on a regular basis will require good record keeping, and some thoughtful analysis of where you are right now with your business (and where you want to get to).
Add These Tools to Your List to Ensure Successful Remote Production
In my opinion, there is no such thing as a right way or wrong way when it comes to deciding the approach of what ”tools” you and your crew should bring with you on remotes. This premise will always apply no matter if you have been doing productions “forever” or you are just getting underway. For example people have been telling me forever that I bring too much of everything. I just nod and say “Ya, I know.”
Introducing Dialogue Match: iZotope's Brand New Tool That is Revolutionizing Dialogue Editing and ADR Workflows
Dialogue Match is a Pro Tools AudioSuite tool intended for re-recording mixers who deliver the final sound mix for films and television programs. For decades, these mixers have had the tedious job of matching dialogue from lavalier, boom mics, and ADR in order to create a seamless and cohesive dialogue performance. This long and work-intensive process takes valuable time away from crafting the sound of a scene and producing a final mix. Using machine learning, Dialogue Match reduces this process to seconds, making it the first tool to automatically learn and match the reverberant character of dialogue recordings.
Highlighting the Incredible Sound Team Behind The Woman King
In our latest interview, we got the opportunity to highlight the incredible sound team behind The Woman King, and speak specifically to Supervising Sound Editor, Becky Sullivan, who if nominated for an Oscar, will be the first solo-female to ever be nominated in the Sound category. She worked with Re-Recording Mixers, Kevin O’Connell and Tony Lamberti and Production Mixer, Derek Mansvel to create a ‘ballet of sounds’ that merged with the intricate choreography, emotional landscape and unique location to create a completely authentic environment for everyone.
Sound Devices' MixPre-D Gets the Job Done for Award-Winning Filmmaker Barbara Green
Award-winning Filmmaker, Barbara Green, was on the lookout for a mixer to capture dynamic audio for her recent documentary, Packed In A Trunk: The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson, and she found exactly what she was looking for once she chose Sound Devices' MixPre-D Compact Field Mixer.
The Importance of Reliable Control in eSports Applications
As the eSports industry continues to grow with more teams, venues, and cities involved, there is a heightened demand for dependable advanced control solutions. eSports production companies are looking to streamline operator workflow with easy-to-use solutions that don’t compromise on broadcast quality.