Creative editorial and post boutique Hiatus opens in Detroit

Hiatus, a full-service, post production studio with in-house creative editorial, original music composition and motion graphics departments, has opened in Detroit. Their creative content offerings cover categories such as documentary, narrative, conceptual, music videos and advertising media for all video platforms.

Led by founder/senior editor Shane Patrick Ford, 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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NAB: Adobe’s spring updates for Creative Cloud

By Brady Betzel

Adobe has had a tradition of releasing Creative Cloud updates prior to NAB, and this year is no different. The company has been focused on improving existing workflows and adding new features, some based on Adobe’s Sensei technology, as well as improved VR enhancements. Continue reading

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Tips for music sourcing and usage

By Yannick Ireland

1. Music Genre vs. Video Theme
Although there are no restrictions, nor an exact science when choosing a music genre for your video content, there are some reliable genres of music for certain video themes.

For example, you may have a classic cinematic scene of lovers meeting for the first time. 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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Review: RTW’s Masterclass Mastering Tools

By David Hurd

RTW, based in Cologne, Germany, has been making broadcast-quality metering tools for audio professionals since 1965. Today, we will be looking at its Masterclass Mastering Tools and Loudness Tools plug-ins, which are awesome to have in your arsenal if you are mastering music or audio for broadcast. 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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The sound of reality for Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 to Paris

By Jennifer Walden

Films based on true stories are always popular, and Oscar-winning director Clint Eastwood has made his share, including Sully and American Sniper, as well as Flags of Our Fathers and Letters From Iwo Jima. While those stories were inspired by real people/events, Continue reading

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