Sound Lounge Film+Television adds Atmos mixing, Evan Benjamin

Sound Lounge’s Film + Television division, which provides sound editorial, ADR and mixing services for episodic television, features and documentaries is upgrading its main mix stage to support editing and mixing in the Dolby Atmos format.

Sound Lounge Film + Television division EP Rob Browning says that the studio expects to begin mixing in Dolby Atmos by the beginning of next year and that will allow it to target more high-end studio features. Continue reading

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The Girl in the Spider’s Web: immersive audio and picture editing

By Mel Lambert

Key members of the post crew responsible for the fast-paced look and feel of director Fede Alvarez’s new film, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, came to the project via a series of right-time/right-place situations. First, co-supervising sound editor Julian Slater (who played a big role in Baby Driver’s audio post) met picture editor Tatiana Riegel at last year’s ACE Awards. Continue reading

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A Star is Born: Live vocals, real crowds and venues

By Jennifer Walden

Warner Bros. Pictures’ remake of A Star is Born stars Bradley Cooper as Jackson Maine, a famous musician with a serious drinking hobby who stumbles onto singer/songwriter Ally (Lady Gaga) at a drag bar where she’s giving a performance. Jackson is taken by her raw talent and their chance meeting turns into something more. Continue reading

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Quick Chat: Westwind Media president Doug Kent

By Dayna McCallum

Doug Kent has joined Westwind Media as president. The move is a homecoming of sorts for the audio post vet, who worked as a sound editor and supervisor at the facility when they opened their doors in 1997 (with Miles O’ Fun). He comes to Westwind after a long-tenured position at Technicolor. Continue reading

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Quick Chat: AI-based audio mastering

Antoine Rotondo is an audio engineer by trade who has been in the business for the past 17 years. Throughout his career he’s worked in audio across music, film and broadcast, focusing on sound reproduction. After completing college studies in sound design, undergraduate studies in music and music technology, as well as graduate studies in sound recording at McGill University in Montreal, Continue reading

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Rex Recker’s mix and sound design for new Sunoco spot

By Randi Altman

Digital Arts audio post mixer/sound designer Rex Recker recently completed work on a 30-second Sunoco spot for Allen & Gerritsen/Boston and Cosmo Street Edit/NYC. In the commercial a man is seen pumping his own gas at a Sunoco station and checking his phone. You can hear birds chirping and traffic moving in the background when suddenly a robotic female voice comes from the pump itself, Continue reading

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Enhancing BlacKkKlansman’s tension with Foley

By Jennifer Walden

Director Spike Lee’s latest film, BlacKkKlansman, has gotten rave reviews from both critics and audiences. The biographical dramedy is based on Ron Stallworth’s true story of infiltrating the Colorado Springs chapter of the Ku Klux Klan back in the 1970s.

Stallworth (John David Washington) was a detective for the Colorado Springs police department who saw a recruitment advertisement for the KKK and decided to call the head of the local Klan chapter, Continue reading

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The Meg: What does a giant shark sound like?

By Jennifer Walden

Warner Bros. Pictures’ The Meg has everything you’d want in a fun summer blockbuster. There are explosions, submarines, gargantuan prehistoric sharks and beaches full of unsuspecting swimmers. Along with the mayhem, there is comedy and suspense and jump-scares. Best of all, it sounds amazing in Dolby Atmos.

The team at E² Sound, Continue reading

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