AlphaDogs’ Terence Curren is on a quest: proving why pros matter

By Randi Altman

Many of you might already know Terence Curren, owner of Burbank’s AlphaDogs, from his hosting of the monthly Editor’s Lounge, or his podcast The Terence and Philip Show, which he co-hosts with Philip Hodgetts. He’s also taken to producing fun, educational videos that break down the importance of color or ADR, Continue reading

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Netflix’s Godless offers big skies and big sounds

By Jennifer Walden

One of the great storytelling advantages of streaming services like Netflix is that strict program lengths don’t encumber content creators. The total number of episodes in a show’s season could be 13 or 10 or less. An episode can run 15 minutes over the traditional hour or it could be 33 minutes in length. Continue reading

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London’s LipSync upgrades studio, adds Dolby Atmos

LipSync Post, located in London’s Soho, has upgraded its studio with Dolby Atmos capabilities to LipSync. They also installed a new control system. To accomplish this, LipSync teamed up with HHB Communications’ Scrub division to create a hybrid, dual Avid S6 and AMS Neve DFC-3D desk while also upgrading the room to create Dolby Atmos mixes with a new HE-RMU. Continue reading

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Behind the Title: Spacewalk Sound’s Matthew Bobb

NAME: Matthew Bobb

COMPANY: Pasadena, California’s SpaceWalk Sound 

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR COMPANY?
We are a full-service audio post facility specializing in commercials, trailers and spatial sound for virtual reality (VR). We have a heavy focus on branded content with clients such as Panda Express and Biore and studios like Warner Bros., Continue reading

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Capturing, creating historical sounds for AMC’s The Terror

By Jennifer Walden

It’s September 1846. Two British ships — H.M.S. Erebus and H.M.S. Terror — are on an exploration to find the Northwest Passage route to the Pacific Ocean. The expedition’s leader, British Royal Navy Capt. Sir John Franklin leaves the Erebus to dine with Capt. Francis Crozier aboard the Terror. Continue reading

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Behind the Title: Freelance sound editor Cathleen Conte

NAME: Cathleen Conte

COMPANY: Freelancer

WHAT’S YOUR JOB TITLE?
Sound Editor/ Recording Engineer

WHAT DOES THAT ENTAIL?
I use the sound recorded from production shoots, Foley and I also pull from SFX libraries. I clean up the sounds and place them in sync with the visuals. Continue reading

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Hobo Audio’s Chris Stangroom discusses Jonestown doc

New York-based audio post house Hobo provided audio post and sound design for A&E’s two-hour doc Jonestown: The Women Behind The Massacre. The film focuses on the four women in Jim Jones’ inner circle who helped plan the 1978 Jonestown Massacre, one of the largest murder-suicide events in modern history. Continue reading

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Behind the Title: PlushNYC partner/mixer Mike Levesque, Jr.

NAME: Michael Levesque, Jr.

COMPANY: PlushNYC

CAN YOU DESCRIBE YOUR COMPANY?
We provide audio post production

WHAT’S YOUR JOB TITLE?
Partner/Mixer/Sound Designer

WHAT DOES THAT ENTAIL?
The foundation of it all for me is that I’m a mixer and a sound designer. Continue reading

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