NAME: Chip Herter
COMPANY: NYC’s Butter Music+Sound/Haystack Music
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Butter creates custom music compositions for advertising/film/TV. Haystack Music is the internal music catalog from Butter, featuring works from our composers, Continue reading
December 4, 2017
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Creating multichannel, “split-track” master exports of your final sequences is something that should be a standard step in all of your productions. It’s often a deliverable requirement and having such a file makes later revisions or derivative projects much easier to produce. If you are a Final Cut Pro X user, the “audio lanes” feature […]
By Mike McCarthy
I finally got the opportunity to try out the GoPro Fusion camera I have had my eye on since the company first revealed it in April. The $700 camera uses two offset fish-eye lenses to shoot 360 video and stills, while recording ambisonic audio from four microphones in the waterproof unit. Continue reading
November 30, 2017
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By Jennifer Walden
Director Reginald Hudlin’s courtroom drama Marshall tells the story of Thurgood Marshall (Chadwick Boseman) during his early career as a lawyer. The film centers on a case Marshall took in Connecticut in the early 1940s. He defended a black chauffeur named Joseph Spell (Sterling K. Continue reading
November 28, 2017
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By Jennifer Walden
“This film has more dynamic range than any movie we’ve ever mixed,” explains re-recording mixer Doug Hemphill of the Blade Runner 2049 soundtrack. He and re-recording mixer Ron Bartlett worked with director Denis Villeneuve to make sure the audio matched the visual look of the film. Continue reading
November 22, 2017
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By David Cox
Blackmagic has released Version 14 of its popular DaVinci Resolve “color grading” suite, following a period of open public beta development. I put color grading in quotes, because one of the most interesting aspects about the V14 release is how far-reaching Resolve’s ambitions have become, Continue reading
November 14, 2017
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The Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) will present sound designer and sound recordist John Paul Fasal with its 2018 MPSE Career Achievement Award. A 30-year veteran of the sound industry, Fasal has contributed to more than 150 motion pictures and is best known for his work in field recording. Continue reading
November 13, 2017
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The Cinema Audio Society has added re-recording mixer Jeffrey J. Haboush, CAS, and production sound mixer Chris Newman, CAS, to its board. They will be filling the vacancies left by the recent passing of production mixer Ed Greene, CAS and the retirement of re-recording mixer Mary Jo Lang, Continue reading
November 6, 2017
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There are plenty of modern tools that deal with audio, but sometimes you need a product with a very narrow focus to do the job without compromise. That’s where Sound Forge Pro fits in. Originally part of Sonic Foundry’s software development, the product, along with its siblings Vegas Pro and Acid, migrated to Sony Creative […]