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.

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The Emmy-nominated sound editing team’s process on HBO’s Vice Principals

By Jennifer Walden

HBO’s comedy series Vice Principals — starring Danny McBride and Walton Goggins as two rival vice principals of North Jackson High School — really went wild for the Season 2 finale. Since the school’s mascot is a tiger, they hired an actual tiger for graduation day, which wreaked havoc inside the school. Continue reading

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Crafting sound for Emmy-nominated Atlanta

By Jennifer Walden

FX Network’s dramedy series Atlanta tells the story of three friends from, well, Atlanta — a local rapper named Paper Boi whose star is on the rise (although the universe seems to be holding him down), his cousin/manager Earn and their head-in-the-clouds friend Darius.

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Pixelogic adds d-cinema, Dolby audio mixing theaters to Burbank facility

Pixelogic, which provides localization and distribution services, has opened post production content review and audio mixing theaters within its facility in Burbank. The new theaters extend the company’s end-to-end services to include theatrical screening of digital cinema packages as well as feature and episodic audio mixing in support of its foreign language dubbing business. Continue reading

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Pixelogic adds d-cinema, Dolby audio mixing theaters to Burbank facility

Pixelogic, which provides localization and distribution services, has opened post production content review and audio mixing theaters within its facility in Burbank. The new theaters extend the company’s end-to-end services to include theatrical screening of digital cinema packages as well as feature and episodic audio mixing in support of its foreign language dubbing business. Continue reading

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Sony Pictures Post adds three theater-style studios

Sony Pictures Post Production Services has added three theater-style studios inside the Stage 6 facility on the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City. All studios feature mid-size theater environments and include digital projectors and projection screens.

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Behind the Title: Sonic Union’s executive creative producer Halle Petro

This creative producer bounces between Sonic Union’s two New York locations, working with engineers and staff.

NAME: Halle Petro

COMPANY: New York City’s Sonic Union (@SonicUnionNYC)

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Sound Lounge, Mad Hat team on Sound Lounge Everywhere Atlanta

Sound Lounge has partnered with Atlanta’s Mad Hat Creative to bring its Sound Lounge Everywhere remote collaboration service to the Southeast. Sound Lounge Everywhere will allow advertising, broadcast and corporate clients in Atlanta and neighboring states to work with Sound Lounge sound editors, designers and mixers in New York in realtime and share high-quality audio and video. Continue reading

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Review: Blackmagic’s Resolve 15

By David Cox

DaVinci Resolve 15 from Blackmagic Design is now close to a final release, having been in the beta phase of development for a few months. The headline is that Blackmagic’s compositing software Fusion has been incorporated into Resolve, joining the editing and audio mixing capabilities added to color grading in recent years. Continue reading

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Composer and sound mixer Rob Ballingall joins Sonic Union

NYC-based audio studio Sonic Union has added composer/experiential sound designer/mixer Rob Ballingall to its team. He will be working out of both Sonic Union’s Bryant Park and Union Square locations. Ballingall brings with him experience in music and audio post, with an emphasis on the creation of audio for emerging technology projects, including experiential and VR. Continue reading

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