Audio Podcast Alliance http://feed.informer.com/digests/OX4JV89I4F/feeder Audio Podcast Alliance Respective post owners and feed distributors Sun, 27 Dec 2020 11:39:42 +0000 Feed Informer http://feed.informer.com/ #121 | Progression Obsession https://www.20k.org/episodes/commonchords Twenty Thousand Hertz urn:uuid:7425868d-2f75-07c1-4d74-4d4379220aa6 Wed, 12 May 2021 10:00:00 +0000 There are a few specific chord progressions that show up again and again in popular music. Across hundreds of hit songs, the same basic musical formulas have been used by artists ranging from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Lady Gaga, and from Bob Marley to Blink-182. So where did these musical tropes even come from, and what makes them so enduring? Featuring music journalist Jennifer Gersten and comedic songwriter Benny Davis.  Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Compare home and car insurance rates at policygenius.com. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/commonchords Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices <p>There are a few specific chord progressions that show up again and again in popular music. Across hundreds of hit songs, the same basic musical formulas have been used by artists ranging from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Lady Gaga, and from Bob Marley to Blink-182. So where did these musical tropes even come from, and what makes them so enduring? Featuring music journalist <a href="https://jennifergersten.wordpress.com/">Jennifer Gersten</a> and comedic songwriter <a href="http://youtube.com/BennyTheJukebox">Benny Davis</a>. </p><p><br></p><p>Follow the show on <a href="http://twitter.com/20korg">Twitter</a>, <a href="http://facebook.com/20korg">Facebook</a>, &amp; <a href="https://reddit.com/r/20k">Reddit</a>.</p><p>Subscribe to our Youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFu_7pxU3-CByq7bxjVuE4Q">here</a>.</p><p>Become a monthly contributor at <a href="http://20k.org/donate">20k.org/donate</a>.</p><p>If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at <a href="http://mystery.20k.org/">mystery.20k.org</a>.</p><p>Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at <a href="https://stamps.com/">Stamps.com</a>. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k.</p><p>Compare home and car insurance rates at <a href="https://policygenius.com/">policygenius.com</a>.</p><p>Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/commonchords</p><p> </p><p>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a></p> Dallas Taylor 1802 no From Pachelbel's Canon, to the Ice Cream Changes, to the Four Chords, we examine the most-used chord changes in pop music. There are a few specific chord progressions that show up again and again in popular music. Across hundreds of hit songs, the same basic musical formulas have been used by artists ranging from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Lady Gaga, and from Bob Marley to Blink-182. So where did these musical tropes even come from, and what makes them so enduring? Featuring music journalist Jennifer Gersten and comedic songwriter Benny Davis.  Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Compare home and car insurance rates at policygenius.com. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/commonchords Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Progression Obsession https://www.20k.org/episodes/commonchords Twenty Thousand Hertz urn:uuid:d47862cf-abcb-5225-cc69-de8ba6406693 Wed, 12 May 2021 10:00:00 +0000 There are a few specific chord progressions that show up again and again in popular music. Across hundreds of hit songs, the same basic musical formulas have been used by artists ranging from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Lady Gaga, and from Bob Marley to Blink-182. So where did these musical tropes even come from, and what makes them so enduring? Featuring music journalist Jennifer Gersten and comedic songwriter Benny Davis.  Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Compare home and car insurance rates at policygenius.com. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/commonchords Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices <p>There are a few specific chord progressions that show up again and again in popular music. Across hundreds of hit songs, the same basic musical formulas have been used by artists ranging from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Lady Gaga, and from Bob Marley to Blink-182. So where did these musical tropes even come from, and what makes them so enduring? Featuring music journalist <a href="https://jennifergersten.wordpress.com/">Jennifer Gersten</a> and comedic songwriter <a href="http://youtube.com/BennyTheJukebox">Benny Davis</a>. </p><p><br></p><p>Follow the show on <a href="http://twitter.com/20korg">Twitter</a>, <a href="http://facebook.com/20korg">Facebook</a>, &amp; <a href="https://reddit.com/r/20k">Reddit</a>.</p><p>Subscribe to our Youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFu_7pxU3-CByq7bxjVuE4Q">here</a>.</p><p>Become a monthly contributor at <a href="http://20k.org/donate">20k.org/donate</a>.</p><p>If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at <a href="http://mystery.20k.org/">mystery.20k.org</a>.</p><p>Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at <a href="https://stamps.com/">Stamps.com</a>. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k.</p><p>Compare home and car insurance rates at <a href="https://policygenius.com/">policygenius.com</a>.</p><p>Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/commonchords</p><p> </p><p>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a></p> Dallas Taylor 1802 no From Pachelbel's Canon, to the Ice Cream Changes, to the Four Chords, we examine the most-used chord changes in pop music. There are a few specific chord progressions that show up again and again in popular music. Across hundreds of hit songs, the same basic musical formulas have been used by artists ranging from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Lady Gaga, and from Bob Marley to Blink-182. So where did these musical tropes even come from, and what makes them so enduring? Featuring music journalist Jennifer Gersten and comedic songwriter Benny Davis.  Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Compare home and car insurance rates at policygenius.com. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/commonchords Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Patrushkha Mierzwa: Author, Utility Sound Technician, & Boom Operator for films & television https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/patrushkha-mierzwa-author-utility-sound-technician-boom-operator-for-films-television/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:892139dd-8232-0ea4-219d-33246da59e69 Tue, 11 May 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>Patrushkha Mierzwa has worked on over 80 movies and television shows for major directors including Robert Rodriquez, Quentin Tarantino, James Gray, and Robert Altman. She has been a judge for the Emmys, IATSE Sound Local 695 director, and given workshops in Los Angeles, New York City, China, Norway, England, Ireland and Holland. Her Sound Oscar-nominated shows are Ad Astra and Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood. Patrushkha is one of the first women boom operators in Hollywood and has just published the definitive book on being a Utility Sound Technician, <a href='https://bookshop.org/books/behind-the-sound-cart-a-veteran-s-guide-to-sound-on-the-set/9781736290002'>Behind the Sound Cart: A Veteran’s Guide to Sound on the Set.</a></p> <p>Patrushkha Mierzwa has worked on over 80 movies and television shows for major directors including Robert Rodriquez, Quentin Tarantino, James Gray, and Robert Altman. She has been a judge for the Emmys, IATSE Sound Local 695 director, and given workshops in Los Angeles, New York City, China, Norway, England, Ireland and Holland. Her Sound Oscar-nominated shows are Ad Astra and Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood. Patrushkha is one of the first women boom operators in Hollywood and has just published the definitive book on being a Utility Sound Technician, <a href='https://bookshop.org/books/behind-the-sound-cart-a-veteran-s-guide-to-sound-on-the-set/9781736290002'><em>Behind the Sound Cart: A Veteran’s Guide to Sound on the Set.</em></a></p> soundgirlspod No 36:07 yes Patrushkha Mierzwa has worked on over 80 movies and television shows for major directors including Robert Rodriquez, Quentin Tarantino, James Gray, and Robert Altman. She has been a judge for the Emmys, IATSE Sound Local 695 director, and given workshops... Patrushkha Mierzwa has worked on over 80 movies and television shows for major directors including Robert Rodriquez, Quentin Tarantino, James Gray, and Robert Altman. She has been a judge for the Emmys, IATSE Sound Local 695 director, and given workshops in Los Angeles, New York City, China, Norway, England, Ireland and Holland. Her Sound Oscar-nominated shows are Ad Astra and Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood. Patrushkha is one of the first women boom operators in Hollywood and has just published the definitive book on being a Utility Sound Technician, Behind the Sound Cart: A Veteran’s Guide to Sound on the Set. AMPS PODCAST - Ep14 - Dialogue Editors Roundtable https://soundcloud.com/user-663870646/amps-podcast-ep14-dialogue-editors-roundtable AMPS Podcast urn:uuid:9289f20b-fa4f-f634-407e-c00a5b436f9b Tue, 11 May 2021 10:42:10 +0000 In this episode, we host a remote roundtable discussion between dialogue editors Michele Woods, Iain Anderson, Marc Specter and Vince Tennant. The panel discuss the techniques, workflows and technologies of dialogue editing for film and TV. The AMPS Podcast is presented by Owen Peters and Owen Shirley. Association of Motion Picture Sound 01:03:42 no In this episode, we host a remote roundtable disc… In this episode, we host a remote roundtable discussion between dialogue editors Michele Woods, Iain Anderson, Marc Specter and Vince Tennant. The panel discuss the techniques, workflows and technologies of dialogue editing for film and TV. The AMPS Podcast is presented by Owen Peters and Owen Shirley. Level 148: Tom Salta (Masterclass) https://lwer.podbean.com/e/level-148-tom-salta-masterclass/ Level with Emily Reese urn:uuid:1d3cd548-e47f-93d2-78ec-827e7afd079e Fri, 07 May 2021 14:19:41 +0000 <p><a href='https://www.tomsalta.com/'>Tom Salta</a> is a composer I’ve interviewed many times for Level about his music for the <a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halo:_Spartan_Assault'>Halo</a> series, our first interview was for a game called <a href='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8VGvhuJp_g'>From Dust</a>, we’ve talked about <a href='https://www.pubg.com/'>PUBG</a> before, and we’ve been together on panels and such. Rather than talk about his music today, we’ll talk about a series of classes he has online about writing music for games. You can see a playlist and support Level <a href='http://www.patreon.com/level'>on Patreon</a>.</p> <p><a href='https://www.tomsalta.com/'>Tom Salta</a> is a composer I’ve interviewed many times for Level about his music for the <a href='https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halo:_Spartan_Assault'>Halo</a> series, our first interview was for a game called <a href='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8VGvhuJp_g'>From Dust</a>, we’ve talked about <a href='https://www.pubg.com/'>PUBG</a> before, and we’ve been together on panels and such. Rather than talk about his music today, we’ll talk about a series of classes he has online about writing music for games. You can see a playlist and support Level <a href='http://www.patreon.com/level'>on Patreon</a>.</p> Joon Media, Inc. No 30:33 yes Tom Salta is a composer I’ve interviewed many times for Level about his music for the Halo series, our first interview was for a game called From Dust, we’ve talked about PUBG before, and we’ve been together on panels and such. Rather than talk about his... Tom Salta is a composer I’ve interviewed many times for Level about his music for the Halo series, our first interview was for a game called From Dust, we’ve talked about PUBG before, and we’ve been together on panels and such. Rather than talk about his music today, we’ll talk about a series of classes he has online about writing music for games. You can see a playlist and support Level on Patreon. Soundbytes Podcast - EP 45 - May Questions https://thesoundbytespodcast.podbean.com/e/soundbytes-podcast-ep-45-may-questions/ Soundbytes Podcast urn:uuid:e41ed54c-7ae0-25ef-d552-3cd8e093c28c Tue, 04 May 2021 21:23:24 +0000 <p>Hello! Welcome back to episode forty-five of our monthly podcast about games and game audio. This month we talk about a selection of wonderful questions including what we'd say to ourselves at the start of our careers, some new plugins we've been playing with, some thoughts on how to maintain motivation in our work, and some thoughts on how to work with programmers.</p> <p>Plug again: The Soundbytes discord server is in full swing with lots of excellent conversations happening, and we'd love to have you with us. Please join at the link below!</p> <p>Hosted by:  Derek Brown - <a href='https://twitter.com/subwoofersub'>@subwoofersub</a> Barney Oram - <a href='https://twitter.com/BarneyOram1'>@BarneyOram1</a></p> <p dir="ltr">Follow Soundbytes on Twitter: <a href='https://twitter.com/soundbytes_p'>@soundbytes_p</a></p> <p dir="ltr">Join the Soundbytes Discord Server: <a href='https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP'>https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP</a></p> <p>Hello! Welcome back to episode forty-five of our monthly podcast about games and game audio. This month we talk about a selection of wonderful questions including what we'd say to ourselves at the start of our careers, some new plugins we've been playing with, some thoughts on how to maintain motivation in our work, and some thoughts on how to work with programmers.</p> <p>Plug again: The Soundbytes discord server is in full swing with lots of excellent conversations happening, and we'd love to have you with us. Please join at the link below!</p> <p>Hosted by:  Derek Brown - <a href='https://twitter.com/subwoofersub'>@subwoofersub</a> Barney Oram - <a href='https://twitter.com/BarneyOram1'>@BarneyOram1</a></p> <p dir="ltr">Follow Soundbytes on Twitter: <a href='https://twitter.com/soundbytes_p'>@soundbytes_p</a></p> <p dir="ltr">Join the Soundbytes Discord Server: <a href='https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP'>https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP</a></p> Derek Brown and Barney Oram No 01:52:35 no Hello! Welcome back to episode forty-five of our monthly podcast about games and game audio. This month we talk about a selection of wonderful questions including what we'd say to ourselves at the start of our careers, some new plugins we've been playing... Hello! Welcome back to episode forty-five of our monthly podcast about games and game audio. This month we talk about a selection of wonderful questions including what we'd say to ourselves at the start of our careers, some new plugins we've been playing with, some thoughts on how to maintain motivation in our work, and some thoughts on how to work with programmers. Plug again: The Soundbytes discord server is in full swing with lots of excellent conversations happening, and we'd love to have you with us. Please join at the link below! Hosted by: Derek Brown - @subwoofersubBarney Oram - @BarneyOram1 Follow Soundbytes on Twitter: @soundbytes_p Join the Soundbytes Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP Beckie Campbell-Owner of B4Media and and Susan Williams- Video Associate Course Director at Full Sail University https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/beckie-campbell-owner-of-b4media-and-and-susan-williams-video-course-director-at-fullsail-university/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:fbe57352-1e1d-e81c-00c4-4229ec2955a2 Tue, 04 May 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>In this Special Episode of the SGPodcast, Host Beckie Campbell and Co-host Susan Williams are interviewed by the new SoundGirls podcast host Tori McCook and Co-host Katie Pagacz. We have some serious conversation and also some fun outtakes as we hand off the podcast for the next year. Thank you to ALL of our listeners and ALL our contributors, editors, and the behind-the-scenes team that has help launch this podcast, and have a great first year! We love and appreciate you all. Till next time... Bex and Suz.</p> <p>Find us on social media: Insta: @b4mediaproduction and @horrorginger <a href='http://www.b4mediaproduction.com'>www.b4mediaproduction.com</a> </p> <p>In this Special Episode of the SGPodcast, Host Beckie Campbell and Co-host Susan Williams are interviewed by the new SoundGirls podcast host Tori McCook and Co-host Katie Pagacz. We have some serious conversation and also some fun outtakes as we hand off the podcast for the next year. Thank you to ALL of our listeners and ALL our contributors, editors, and the behind-the-scenes team that has help launch this podcast, and have a great first year! We love and appreciate you all. Till next time... Bex and Suz.</p> <p>Find us on social media: Insta: @b4mediaproduction and @horrorginger <a href='http://www.b4mediaproduction.com'>www.b4mediaproduction.com</a> </p> soundgirlspod No 58:23 yes In this Special Episode of the SGPodcast, Host Beckie Campbell and Co-host Susan Williams are interviewed by the new SoundGirls podcast host Tori McCook and Co-host Katie Pagacz. We have some serious conversation and also some fun outtakes as we hand off... In this Special Episode of the SGPodcast, Host Beckie Campbell and Co-host Susan Williams are interviewed by the new SoundGirls podcast host Tori McCook and Co-host Katie Pagacz. We have some serious conversation and also some fun outtakes as we hand off the podcast for the next year. Thank you to ALL of our listeners and ALL our contributors, editors, and the behind-the-scenes team that has help launch this podcast, and have a great first year! We love and appreciate you all. Till next time... Bex and Suz. Find us on social media: Insta: @b4mediaproduction and @horrorginger www.b4mediaproduction.com  Level 148: Brad Gentle (No Way Home) https://lwer.podbean.com/e/level-148-brad-gentle-no-way-home/ Level with Emily Reese urn:uuid:a577163d-8b69-1028-0945-48a95b8510ac Fri, 30 Apr 2021 13:56:26 +0000 <p>Enjoy a deep dive into music from No Way Home by composer Brad Gentle. I loved the variety in the music and I was drawn to the ambient tracks where Brad used recordings of planets from NASA. No Way Home is a space shooter on Apple Arcade by SMG Studio out of Australia. Support Level with Emily <a href='http://www.patreon.com/level'>on Patreon</a>.</p> <p>Enjoy a deep dive into music from No Way Home by composer Brad Gentle. I loved the variety in the music and I was drawn to the ambient tracks where Brad used recordings of planets from NASA. No Way Home is a space shooter on Apple Arcade by SMG Studio out of Australia. Support Level with Emily <a href='http://www.patreon.com/level'>on Patreon</a>.</p> Joon Media, Inc. No 37:40 yes Enjoy a deep dive into music from No Way Home by composer Brad Gentle. I loved the variety in the music and I was drawn to the ambient tracks where Brad used recordings of planets from NASA. No Way Home is a space shooter on Apple Arcade by SMG Studio ou... Enjoy a deep dive into music from No Way Home by composer Brad Gentle. I loved the variety in the music and I was drawn to the ambient tracks where Brad used recordings of planets from NASA. No Way Home is a space shooter on Apple Arcade by SMG Studio out of Australia. Support Level with Emily on Patreon. 091 Steven Lagosh - Production Sound Mixer based out of the San Francisco Bay Area in California https://locationsoundpodcast.libsyn.com/091-steven-lagosh-production-sound-mixer-based-out-of-the-san-francisco-bay-area-in-california Location Sound Podcast urn:uuid:64c39bb4-d6db-6363-0960-f5157dd3132c Thu, 29 Apr 2021 01:28:37 +0000 <p>Steven Lagosh is a Production Sound Mixer and boom op based out of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. He uses an Aaton Cantar Mini mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics DCR822 wireless receivers and SMQV transmitters. Steven uses Sanken COS-11 lav mics along with Countryman B3 and B6 microphones. For use on the boom pole, he likes the Sennheiser MKH-50 and MKH-416 shotgun mics. And he uses Tentacle Sync for timecode boxes.</p> <p>Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.</p> <p>Steven Lagosh is a Production Sound Mixer and boom op based out of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. He uses an Aaton Cantar Mini mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics DCR822 wireless receivers and SMQV transmitters. Steven uses Sanken COS-11 lav mics along with Countryman B3 and B6 microphones. For use on the boom pole, he likes the Sennheiser MKH-50 and MKH-416 shotgun mics. And he uses Tentacle Sync for timecode boxes.</p> <p>Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.</p> Michael Helms and Steven Lagosh 53:15 clean sanfrancisco,sennheiser,tentaclesync,lectrosonics,productionsoundmixer,stevenlagosh,aatoncantarmini,countrymanmics Steven Lagosh is a Production Sound Mixer and boom op based out of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. He uses an Aaton Cantar Mini mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics DCR822 wireless receivers and SMQV transmitters. Steven uses Sanken COS-11 lav mics... Steven Lagosh is a Production Sound Mixer and boom op based out of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. He uses an Aaton Cantar Mini mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics DCR822 wireless receivers and SMQV transmitters. Steven uses Sanken COS-11 lav mics along with Countryman B3 and B6 microphones. For the boom pole he likes the Sennheiser MKH-50 and MKH-416 shotgun mics. And he uses Tentacle Sync for timecode boxes. SM7 https://www.20k.org/episodes/sm7 Twenty Thousand Hertz urn:uuid:ee704aa3-594e-d058-e9c8-89a5268a1f17 Wed, 28 Apr 2021 10:00:00 +0000 Since their founding almost a century ago, Shure has created some of the most iconic microphones ever made. In this episode, we worked with Shure to tell the story of the SM7 dynamic microphone: from its humble beginnings in voiceover studios in the early 70s, to its use on classic albums, to its rediscovery by podcasters and streamers. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/sm7 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices <p>Since their founding almost a century ago, <a href="https://www.shure.com/en-US/">Shure</a> has created some of the most iconic microphones ever made. In this episode, we worked with Shure to tell the story of the SM7 dynamic microphone: from its humble beginnings in voiceover studios in the early 70s, to its use on classic albums, to its rediscovery by podcasters and streamers.</p><p><br></p><p>Follow the show on <a href="http://twitter.com/20korg">Twitter</a>, <a href="http://facebook.com/20korg">Facebook</a>, &amp; <a href="https://reddit.com/r/20k">Reddit</a>.</p><p>Subscribe to our Youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFu_7pxU3-CByq7bxjVuE4Q">here</a>.</p><p>Become a monthly contributor at <a href="http://20k.org/donate">20k.org/donate</a>.</p><p>If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at <a href="http://mystery.20k.org/">mystery.20k.org</a>.</p><p>Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: <a href="https://www.20k.org/episodes/sm57">https://www.20k.org/episodes/sm7</a></p><p> </p><p>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a></p> Dallas Taylor 1374 no How the Shure SM7 became one of the most game-changing vocal microphones of all time. Since their founding almost a century ago, Shure has created some of the most iconic microphones ever made. In this episode, we worked with Shure to tell the story of the SM7 dynamic microphone: from its humble beginnings in voiceover studios in the early 70s, to its use on classic albums, to its rediscovery by podcasters and streamers. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/sm7 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Special Episode of the SoundGirls Podcast https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/best-of-2020-1619378343/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:98f9214f-e297-0f47-043b-6c53dd3b148b Tue, 27 Apr 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>As we approach one year, Beckie and Susan have curated a series of clips featuring advice given by industry professionals. Please enjoy some of our favorite moments throughout the past year, including interviews with Leslie Ann Jones, Tana Douglas, and many more amazing people. </p> <p>As we approach one year, Beckie and Susan have curated a series of clips featuring advice given by industry professionals. Please enjoy some of our favorite moments throughout the past year, including interviews with Leslie Ann Jones, Tana Douglas, and many more amazing people. </p> soundgirlspod No 31:41 yes As we approach one year, Beckie and Susan have curated a series of clips featuring advice given by industry professionals. Please enjoy some of our favorite moments throughout the past year, including interviews with Leslie Ann Jones, Tana Douglas, and m... As we approach one year, Beckie and Susan have curated a series of clips featuring advice given by industry professionals. Please enjoy some of our favorite moments throughout the past year, including interviews with Leslie Ann Jones, Tana Douglas, and many more amazing people.  165 - Recording Deserts Roundtable https://soundcloud.com/tonebenders-podcast/165-recording-deserts-roundtable Tonebenders Podcast urn:uuid:b81aeed0-8e2f-3d29-b43d-e07290bf2544 Tue, 27 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0000 We talked with an amazing lineup of guests about all angles of recording in the desert. George Vlad, Thomas Rex Beverly, Bethan Kellough, Zach Goheen Tonebenders Podcast 01:03:40 no We talked with an amazing lineup of guests about … We talked with an amazing lineup of guests about all angles of recording in the desert. George Vlad, Thomas Rex Beverly, Bethan Kellough, Zach Goheen Can you guess what this Mystery Sound is? (you could win sound effects worth up to $1000!) https://anchor.fm/asoundeffect/episodes/Can-you-guess-what-this-Mystery-Sound-is--you-could-win-sound-effects-worth-up-to-1000-evb4jf The A Sound Effect Podcast urn:uuid:74d3ec0f-40b0-e057-1d1d-1f1e16793e00 Wed, 21 Apr 2021 13:36:12 +0000 <p>If you can guess what's making the mysterious sound you'll hear at 43 seconds in, you could win up to $1000 worth of sound effects from BOOM Library! Submit your answer in the Mystery Sound Quiz at https://asoundeffect.com/soundquiz - thanks for taking part!</p> A Sound Effect 209 No <p>If you can guess what's making the mysterious sound you'll hear at 43 seconds in, you could win up to $1000 worth of sound effects from BOOM Library! Submit your answer in the Mystery Sound Quiz at https://asoundeffect.com/soundquiz - thanks for taking part!</p> Jess Jacobs: Musician, Mix Engineer, & Music Technologist https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/jess-jacobs-musician-mix-engineer-music-technologist/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:0d1f7955-1ff3-60a4-80e4-1bda5db2fc1c Tue, 20 Apr 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>As a musician, mix engineer, and music technologist, Jess Jacobs is a Los Angeles-based creative with a massive range of skills and experience to manage and team up with other artists looking to boost their production to the next level.</p> <p>Jess is often at the forefront of the latest technology such as Livestream production, MIDI/OSC/Ableton/ClyphX programming, and integrating lighting & video technology with music performances. Jess has worked with a wide range of artists such as Pussy Riot, Eloheem, Ella May, Imogen Heap, The Glitch Mob, and Lizzo.</p> <p> With training from the New England Conservatory of Music, the music technology program at New York University, and courses at Berklee, she continues to innovate and experiment with the latest technology. She regularly partners with modern music programs and vendors such as Ableton, IOMusic Academy, Electronic Creatives' TransMute accelerator, and more.</p> <p>As an artist, Jess Jacobs is gifted vocally and is also a multi-instrumentalist. Playing guitar, bass, horns, drums and innovates unique beats and arrangements. She is a solo artist and is also part of the LA-based band Modern Panic, and Boston-based band Band without Hands. She composes podcast soundtracks and produces several podcasts in their entirety.</p> <p> </p> <p>http://jessjacobswins.com</p> <p> </p> <p>As a musician, mix engineer, and music technologist, Jess Jacobs is a Los Angeles-based creative with a massive range of skills and experience to manage and team up with other artists looking to boost their production to the next level.</p> <p>Jess is often at the forefront of the latest technology such as Livestream production, MIDI/OSC/Ableton/ClyphX programming, and integrating lighting & video technology with music performances. Jess has worked with a wide range of artists such as Pussy Riot, Eloheem, Ella May, Imogen Heap, The Glitch Mob, and Lizzo.</p> <p> With training from the New England Conservatory of Music, the music technology program at New York University, and courses at Berklee, she continues to innovate and experiment with the latest technology. She regularly partners with modern music programs and vendors such as Ableton, IOMusic Academy, Electronic Creatives' TransMute accelerator, and more.</p> <p>As an artist, Jess Jacobs is gifted vocally and is also a multi-instrumentalist. Playing guitar, bass, horns, drums and innovates unique beats and arrangements. She is a solo artist and is also part of the LA-based band Modern Panic, and Boston-based band Band without Hands. She composes podcast soundtracks and produces several podcasts in their entirety.</p> <p> </p> <p>http://jessjacobswins.com</p> <p> </p> soundgirlspod No 32:55 yes As a musician, mix engineer, and music technologist, Jess Jacobs is a Los Angeles-based creative with a massive range of skills and experience to manage and team up with other artists looking to boost their production to the next level. Jess is often at ... As a musician, mix engineer, and music technologist, Jess Jacobs is a Los Angeles-based creative with a massive range of skills and experience to manage and team up with other artists looking to boost their production to the next level. Jess is often at the forefront of the latest technology such as Livestream production, MIDI/OSC/Ableton/ClyphX programming, and integrating lighting & video technology with music performances. Jess has worked with a wide range of artists such as Pussy Riot, Eloheem, Ella May, Imogen Heap, The Glitch Mob, and Lizzo.  With training from the New England Conservatory of Music, the music technology program at New York University, and courses at Berklee, she continues to innovate and experiment with the latest technology. She regularly partners with modern music programs and vendors such as Ableton, IOMusic Academy, Electronic Creatives' TransMute accelerator, and more. As an artist, Jess Jacobs is gifted vocally and is also a multi-instrumentalist. Playing guitar, bass, horns, drums and innovates unique beats and arrangements. She is a solo artist and is also part of the LA-based band Modern Panic, and Boston-based band Band without Hands. She composes podcast soundtracks and produces several podcasts in their entirety.   http://jessjacobswins.com   Composer, Raphael Reed (Crisis, The Walrus and the WhistleBlower) https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/episodes/Composer--Raphael-Reed-Crisis--The-Walrus-and-the-WhistleBlower-eud51s The Sound Architect Podcast (TSAP) urn:uuid:fb64aa78-4a22-02f9-f1e3-8eba60a48d4d Tue, 20 Apr 2021 10:03:44 +0000 <p>(TSAP S04E06)</p> <p><strong>In this episode, Sam Hughes speaks with composer Raphael Reed about his journey into writing music, being a working composer in Canada, his influences and inspirations as well as his philosophies on the process! A great honest and creative conversation worth listening to!</strong></p> <p>Raphaël Reed is a Canadian composer and sound artist based in Montreal. Trained in classical guitar from an early age and a graduate from the University of Montreal in Music Research and Contemporary Creation, his style is an innovative hybrid integrating analog synth, electro-acoustic gestures, and classical instruments.</p> <p>After being active in the underground music scene in Montreal, he's currently dedicating most of his time as a music composer. In film and television, his compositions include the soundtracks of <em><strong>Crisis </strong></em>(2021) from Director Nicholas Jarecki. <strong>Cliff Martinez </strong>being an advisor for the creation of the soundtrack, this experience has been a milestone in Raphaël's career and a consolidation of his music personality. His other music scores include, amongst others, <em><strong>The Walrus and the WhistleBlower</strong></em><strong> </strong>(2020), <em><strong>Louise Lecavalier: In Motion </strong></em>(2018), <em><strong>Révolution </strong></em>(2018), <em><strong>1:54 </strong></em>(2016), and <em><strong>A Little Bit Of Zombie </strong></em>(2012).</p> <p>In largescale live events, he co-composed the opening soundtrack for the 2014 <em><strong>UEFA Champions League </strong></em>final held in Portugal, he directed and composed the music for the <em><strong>Chimelong International Circus </strong></em>in China (2017), and composed the music for the <em><strong>Cité de l’Énergie </strong></em>in Shawinigan, Quebec (2018) and for <em><strong>The Carnaval de Québec </strong></em>(2019). For <strong>Cité mémoire, </strong>he composed the music for two events celebrating John Lennon's bed-in at The Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal: a virtual reality interactive installation taking place in the bedroom (<em><strong>suite 1742) </strong></em>and a video playing in the hotel lobby directed by Michel Lemieux and Michel Marc Bouchard.</p> <p>His music has been heard in hundreds of advertisements, most notably the <em><strong>Skechers </strong></em>ad presented at the Super Bowl (2012) and the international publicity campaign for <em><strong>Dove Legacy </strong></em>(2015).<br> <br> <strong>Big thanks to Callum Tennick for editing &amp; mastering.&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>We love doing these interviews and it's all done for fun!&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>So, if you want to support us there are many ways you can, even a share, like or comment does!<br> <br> You can buy our Official Merch: </strong><a href="https://www.spreadshirt.net/shop/the-sound-architect/ "><strong>https://www.spreadshirt.net/shop/the-sound-architect/&nbsp;</strong></a></p> <p><strong>You can also listen on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSoundArchitect</strong></p> <p><strong>Or signing up to our Patreon from as little as 1$ a month: https://www.patreon.com/SoundDesignUK</strong></p> <p><strong>Why not drop us a quick review on Podchaser? https://www.podchaser.com/TheSoundArchitectPodcast</strong></p> <p><strong>LINKS&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Official: https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></p> <p><strong>Twitter: https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK</strong></p> <p><strong>Facebook: https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Instagram: https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well:&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></p> <p><strong>Want to sponsor an episode? e-mail Sam at sam@thesoundarchitect.co.uk for your sponsorship to be read out on the podcast&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><br></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Sam Hughes 2382 Yes <p>(TSAP S04E06)</p> <p><strong>In this episode, Sam Hughes speaks with composer Raphael Reed about his journey into writing music, being a working composer in Canada, his influences and inspirations as well as his philosophies on the process! A great honest and creative conversation worth listening to!</strong></p> <p>Raphaël Reed is a Canadian composer and sound artist based in Montreal. Trained in classical guitar from an early age and a graduate from the University of Montreal in Music Research and Contemporary Creation, his style is an innovative hybrid integrating analog synth, electro-acoustic gestures, and classical instruments.</p> <p>After being active in the underground music scene in Montreal, he's currently dedicating most of his time as a music composer. In film and television, his compositions include the soundtracks of <em><strong>Crisis </strong></em>(2021) from Director Nicholas Jarecki. <strong>Cliff Martinez </strong>being an advisor for the creation of the soundtrack, this experience has been a milestone in Raphaël's career and a consolidation of his music personality. His other music scores include, amongst others, <em><strong>The Walrus and the WhistleBlower</strong></em><strong> </strong>(2020), <em><strong>Louise Lecavalier: In Motion </strong></em>(2018), <em><strong>Révolution </strong></em>(2018), <em><strong>1:54 </strong></em>(2016), and <em><strong>A Little Bit Of Zombie </strong></em>(2012).</p> <p>In largescale live events, he co-composed the opening soundtrack for the 2014 <em><strong>UEFA Champions League </strong></em>final held in Portugal, he directed and composed the music for the <em><strong>Chimelong International Circus </strong></em>in China (2017), and composed the music for the <em><strong>Cité de l’Énergie </strong></em>in Shawinigan, Quebec (2018) and for <em><strong>The Carnaval de Québec </strong></em>(2019). For <strong>Cité mémoire, </strong>he composed the music for two events celebrating John Lennon's bed-in at The Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal: a virtual reality interactive installation taking place in the bedroom (<em><strong>suite 1742) </strong></em>and a video playing in the hotel lobby directed by Michel Lemieux and Michel Marc Bouchard.</p> <p>His music has been heard in hundreds of advertisements, most notably the <em><strong>Skechers </strong></em>ad presented at the Super Bowl (2012) and the international publicity campaign for <em><strong>Dove Legacy </strong></em>(2015).<br> <br> <strong>Big thanks to Callum Tennick for editing &amp; mastering.&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>We love doing these interviews and it's all done for fun!&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>So, if you want to support us there are many ways you can, even a share, like or comment does!<br> <br> You can buy our Official Merch: </strong><a href="https://www.spreadshirt.net/shop/the-sound-architect/ "><strong>https://www.spreadshirt.net/shop/the-sound-architect/&nbsp;</strong></a></p> <p><strong>You can also listen on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSoundArchitect</strong></p> <p><strong>Or signing up to our Patreon from as little as 1$ a month: https://www.patreon.com/SoundDesignUK</strong></p> <p><strong>Why not drop us a quick review on Podchaser? https://www.podchaser.com/TheSoundArchitectPodcast</strong></p> <p><strong>LINKS&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Official: https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></p> <p><strong>Twitter: https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK</strong></p> <p><strong>Facebook: https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Instagram: https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well:&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><strong>https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></p> <p><strong>Want to sponsor an episode? e-mail Sam at sam@thesoundarchitect.co.uk for your sponsorship to be read out on the podcast&nbsp;</strong></p> <p><br></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message 164 - Sound Design for Series Animation Part 2 https://soundcloud.com/tonebenders-podcast/164-sound-design-for-series-animation-part-2 Tonebenders Podcast urn:uuid:e2e79f36-5403-6c85-f29b-582e4ef183b2 Thu, 15 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0000 We pick up where we left off in episode 163 with guests Kate Finan, Dominic Lawrence & Heather Olsen talking about doing sound design for series animation. We cover how to deal with the tight scheduling and deadlines, the hard lessons we all learned when getting started in animation sound and the need to respect how important these shows are to young viewers. Tonebenders Podcast 00:40:35 no We pick up where we left off in episode 163 with … We pick up where we left off in episode 163 with guests Kate Finan, Dominic Lawrence & Heather Olsen talking about doing sound design for series animation. We cover how to deal with the tight scheduling and deadlines, the hard lessons we all learned when getting started in animation sound and the need to respect how important these shows are to young viewers. Minecraft https://www.20k.org/episodes/minecraft Twenty Thousand Hertz urn:uuid:af17ef1b-f37f-a265-64c3-cfba24218dfe Wed, 14 Apr 2021 10:00:00 +0000 Since its official release in 2011, Minecraft has grown from a small, experimental indie game into the best-selling video game of all time. Today, the game's haunting music and quirky sound effects are just as iconic as its blocky visuals. In this episode, composer and sound designer Daniel Rosenfeld (also known as C418) unpacks how he created the original music and sounds for the game. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Compare home and car insurance rates at policygenius.com. Visit c418.bandcamp.com to purchase Daniel’s music. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/minecraft Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices <p>Since its official release in 2011, Minecraft has grown from a small, experimental indie game into the best-selling video game of all time. Today, the game's haunting music and quirky sound effects are just as iconic as its blocky visuals. In this episode, composer and sound designer <a href="https://c418.org/">Daniel Rosenfeld</a> (also known as C418) unpacks how he created the original music and sounds for the game.</p><p><br></p><p>Follow the show on <a href="http://twitter.com/20korg">Twitter</a>, <a href="http://facebook.com/20korg">Facebook</a>, &amp; <a href="https://reddit.com/r/20k">Reddit</a>.</p><p>Subscribe to our Youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFu_7pxU3-CByq7bxjVuE4Q">here</a>.</p><p>Become a monthly contributor at <a href="http://20k.org/donate">20k.org/donate</a>.</p><p>If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at <a href="http://mystery.20k.org/">mystery.20k.org</a>.</p><p>Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at <a href="https://stamps.com/">Stamps.com</a>. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k.</p><p>Compare home and car insurance rates at <a href="https://policygenius.com/">policygenius.com</a>.</p><p>Visit <a href="https://c418.bandcamp.com/">c418.bandcamp.com</a> to purchase Daniel’s music.</p><p>Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: <a href="https://www.20k.org/episodes/minecraft">https://www.20k.org/episodes/minecraft</a></p><p> </p><p>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a></p> Dallas Taylor 1725 no Crafting the music and sounds of Minecraft. Since its official release in 2011, Minecraft has grown from a small, experimental indie game into the best-selling video game of all time. Today, the game's haunting music and quirky sound effects are just as iconic as its blocky visuals. In this episode, composer and sound designer Daniel Rosenfeld (also known as C418) unpacks how he created the original music and sounds for the game. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Compare home and car insurance rates at policygenius.com. Visit c418.bandcamp.com to purchase Daniel’s music. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/minecraft Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Jett Galindo: Mastering Engineer from The Bakery https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/jett-galindo-mastering-engineer-from-the-bakery/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:d3cd11c6-f5bc-183e-9e37-1d7d225aec0b Tue, 13 Apr 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>Los Angeles-based mastering engineer and vinyl cutter, Jett Galindo of The Bakery, has worked on albums spanning a wide array of genres and artists--Jamila Woods, the La La Land OST, Barbra Streisand, Weezer, to name a few. Graduating with summa cum laude honors from Berklee College of Music, Jett joined the famed Mastering Lab in 2013 as the sole right-hand woman to pioneer mastering engineer Doug Sax. She worked on various notable vinyl releases including Pink Floyd’s final album “Endless River”. Most recently through The Bakery, Jett has helped pave the way for the growing audiophile releases in the video game industry, mastering award-winning releases such as Lena Raine's Minecraft: Nether Update OST and Rozen & Reven's Legend of Zelda "Children of Termina" album. Outside of mastering, Jett also serves as a contributing writer for various trade publications and organizations (iZotope’s LEARN portal, Women in Sound, SoundGirls, etc.).  </p> <p> </p> <p>Los Angeles-based mastering engineer and vinyl cutter, Jett Galindo of The Bakery, has worked on albums spanning a wide array of genres and artists--Jamila Woods, the La La Land OST, Barbra Streisand, Weezer, to name a few. Graduating with summa cum laude honors from Berklee College of Music, Jett joined the famed Mastering Lab in 2013 as the sole right-hand woman to pioneer mastering engineer Doug Sax. She worked on various notable vinyl releases including Pink Floyd’s final album “Endless River”. Most recently through The Bakery, Jett has helped pave the way for the growing audiophile releases in the video game industry, mastering award-winning releases such as Lena Raine's Minecraft: Nether Update OST and Rozen & Reven's Legend of Zelda "Children of Termina" album. Outside of mastering, Jett also serves as a contributing writer for various trade publications and organizations (iZotope’s LEARN portal, Women in Sound, SoundGirls, etc.).  </p> <p> </p> soundgirlspod No 42:47 yes Los Angeles-based mastering engineer and vinyl cutter, Jett Galindo of The Bakery, has worked on albums spanning a wide array of genres and artists--Jamila Woods, the La La Land OST, Barbra Streisand, Weezer, to name a few. Graduating with summa cum laud... Los Angeles-based mastering engineer and vinyl cutter, Jett Galindo of The Bakery, has worked on albums spanning a wide array of genres and artists--Jamila Woods, the La La Land OST, Barbra Streisand, Weezer, to name a few. Graduating with summa cum laude honors from Berklee College of Music, Jett joined the famed Mastering Lab in 2013 as the sole right-hand woman to pioneer mastering engineer Doug Sax. She worked on various notable vinyl releases including Pink Floyd’s final album “Endless River”. Most recently through The Bakery, Jett has helped pave the way for the growing audiophile releases in the video game industry, mastering award-winning releases such as Lena Raine's Minecraft: Nether Update OST and Rozen & Reven's Legend of Zelda "Children of Termina" album. Outside of mastering, Jett also serves as a contributing writer for various trade publications and organizations (iZotope’s LEARN portal, Women in Sound, SoundGirls, etc.).   163 - Sound Design for Series Animation Part 1 https://soundcloud.com/tonebenders-podcast/163-sound-design-for-series-animation-part-1 Tonebenders Podcast urn:uuid:b9d4f8ff-cb85-c883-102b-0a12b546588e Fri, 09 Apr 2021 00:00:00 +0000 In this episode we welcome Heather Olsen (Gravity Falls, The Fairly OddParents), and Kate Finan (Muppet Babies, Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus) from California, as well as Dom Lawrence (The Octonauts, Danger Mouse) from Ireland to talk about the art of doing sound design for animated series. They join our regular hosts Teresa Morrow (Nina's World, Elinor Wonders Why) and Tim Muirhead (PAW Patrol, Bakugan) to really dig into what it takes to bring animation to life with sound. Tonebenders Podcast 00:34:51 no In this episode we welcome Heather Olsen (Gravity… In this episode we welcome Heather Olsen (Gravity Falls, The Fairly OddParents), and Kate Finan (Muppet Babies, Invader ZIM: Enter the Florpus) from California, as well as Dom Lawrence (The Octonauts, Danger Mouse) from Ireland to talk about the art of doing sound design for animated series. They join our regular hosts Teresa Morrow (Nina's World, Elinor Wonders Why) and Tim Muirhead (PAW Patrol, Bakugan) to really dig into what it takes to bring animation to life with sound. Behind the Sound of 'Tenet' and 'Wonder Woman 1984' - Richard King Special! - A Sound Effect Podcast EP 14 https://anchor.fm/asoundeffect/episodes/Behind-the-Sound-of-Tenet-and-Wonder-Woman-1984---Richard-King-Special----A-Sound-Effect-Podcast-EP-14-ete3vj The A Sound Effect Podcast urn:uuid:0a4efaa0-cc24-328a-8c4f-68f622edc08b Wed, 07 Apr 2021 11:11:03 +0000 <p>Get the inside-story behind the the sound for both Tenet and Wonder Woman 1984, in this special episode featuring interviews with legendary supervising sound editor and sound designer Richard King. Interviews by Jennifer Walden, hosted by Asbjoern Andersen and Christian Hagelskjaer. Find more episodes at asoundeffect.com/podcast</p> A Sound Effect 2885 No <p>Get the inside-story behind the the sound for both Tenet and Wonder Woman 1984, in this special episode featuring interviews with legendary supervising sound editor and sound designer Richard King. Interviews by Jennifer Walden, hosted by Asbjoern Andersen and Christian Hagelskjaer. Find more episodes at asoundeffect.com/podcast</p> Kimberley Thomas: Cruise Ship Production Manager & audio engineer https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/kimberly-thomas-cruise-ship-technician-audio-engineer/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:61e0b7d9-c7fd-602f-457b-4ebd176128d9 Tue, 06 Apr 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>Kimberley Thomas is a multi-faceted production individual currently residing in Tennessee. Originally from the UK, Kimberley strives to be a Jane-of-all-trades while having a lot of fun doing it. She has a BS in Show Production from Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL and is currently working on her Masters in Entertainment Business. Her previous positions have included working for House of Blues, Williamson County Performing Arts Center, Parx Casino, and Princess Cruises. For the past year she has been part of the media communications team for a baptist church in southeast Tennessee, focusing on the coordination and execution of their live creative productions. </p> <p> </p> <p>Kimberley Thomas is a multi-faceted production individual currently residing in Tennessee. Originally from the UK, Kimberley strives to be a Jane-of-all-trades while having a lot of fun doing it. She has a BS in Show Production from Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL and is currently working on her Masters in Entertainment Business. Her previous positions have included working for House of Blues, Williamson County Performing Arts Center, Parx Casino, and Princess Cruises. For the past year she has been part of the media communications team for a baptist church in southeast Tennessee, focusing on the coordination and execution of their live creative productions. </p> <p> </p> soundgirlspod No 40:58 yes Kimberley Thomas is a multi-faceted production individual currently residing in Tennessee. Originally from the UK, Kimberley strives to be a Jane-of-all-trades while having a lot of fun doing it. She has a BS in Show Production from Full Sail University ... Kimberley Thomas is a multi-faceted production individual currently residing in Tennessee. Originally from the UK, Kimberley strives to be a Jane-of-all-trades while having a lot of fun doing it. She has a BS in Show Production from Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL and is currently working on her Masters in Entertainment Business. Her previous positions have included working for House of Blues, Williamson County Performing Arts Center, Parx Casino, and Princess Cruises. For the past year she has been part of the media communications team for a baptist church in southeast Tennessee, focusing on the coordination and execution of their live creative productions.  090 Phillip Perpich - Production Sound Mixer based out of Atlanta, Georgia https://michaelthesoundguy.com/?p=981 Location Sound Podcast urn:uuid:99023469-e37b-5971-172b-7df6816f0c87 Mon, 05 Apr 2021 01:02:49 +0000 <p>Phillip Perpich is a production sound mixer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Phil uses a Sound Devices 664 mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics wireless and Sanken COS-11 lav mics. For boom mics he uses a Sennheiser MKH-60, MKH-50 and a Sanken CS-1. Phil likes to use Tentacle Sync timecode boxes and Lectrosonics IFBs. Check out his website at <a href= "https://pperp8.wixsite.com/perpichprodsound">https://pperp8.wixsite.com/perpichprodsound</a></p> <p>Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.</p> <p><!-- wp:cgb/block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg --></p> <div class="wp-block-cgb-block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg"> <div class="libsyn-shortcode"></div> </div> <p><!-- /wp:cgb/block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg --></p> <p>Phillip Perpich is a production sound mixer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Phil uses a Sound Devices 664 mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics wireless and Sanken COS-11 lav mics. For boom mics he uses a Sennheiser MKH-60, MKH-50 and a Sanken CS-1. Phil likes to use Tentacle Sync timecode boxes and Lectrosonics IFBs. Check out his website at <a href= "https://pperp8.wixsite.com/perpichprodsound">https://pperp8.wixsite.com/perpichprodsound</a></p> <p>Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.</p> <p></p> <p></p> Michael Helms Phillip Perpich 26:24 clean sennheiser,tentaclesync,sounddevices664,phillipperpich,sankencos11lavs Phillip Perpich is a production sound mixer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Phil uses a Sound Devices 664 mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics wireless and Sanken COS-11 lav mics. For boom mics he uses a Sennheiser MKH-60, MKH-50 and a Sanken CS-1. Phil likes... Phillip Perpich is a production sound mixer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. Phil uses a Sound Devices 664 mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics wireless and Sanken COS-11 lav mics. For boom mics he uses a Sennheiser MKH-60, MKH-50 and a Sanken CS-1. Phil likes to use Tentacle Sync timecode boxes and Lectrosonics IFBs. Voice Artist, VO Coach, & Co-Founder/VP SOVAS & VAA - Joan Baker (2014) https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/episodes/Voice-Artist--VO-Coach---Co-FounderVP-SOVAS--VAA---Joan-Baker-2014-eu0lmj The Sound Architect Podcast (TSAP) urn:uuid:90c32479-031c-718d-816b-b069ede196da Thu, 01 Apr 2021 07:39:33 +0000 <p><strong>(TSAP S01E06)</strong></p> <p><strong>Throwback time to another Season 1 episode! In 2014, Sam chatted with Joan Baker! Joan is a voice artist, vo coach, &amp; Co-Founder/VP of Society of Voice Arts and Science (SOVAS) &amp; the Voice Arts Awards and more. As you can tell she is a woman of many talents!</strong></p> <p><strong>"They discuss her journey into VO and the challenge of being a POC during that time, her voice over work, her book Secrets of Voiceover Success and great advice!"</strong></p> <p>Edited and restored by Sam Hughes</p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>YouTube:</strong> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSoundArchitect">https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSoundArchitect</a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Sam Hughes 3038 No <p><strong>(TSAP S01E06)</strong></p> <p><strong>Throwback time to another Season 1 episode! In 2014, Sam chatted with Joan Baker! Joan is a voice artist, vo coach, &amp; Co-Founder/VP of Society of Voice Arts and Science (SOVAS) &amp; the Voice Arts Awards and more. As you can tell she is a woman of many talents!</strong></p> <p><strong>"They discuss her journey into VO and the challenge of being a POC during that time, her voice over work, her book Secrets of Voiceover Success and great advice!"</strong></p> <p>Edited and restored by Sam Hughes</p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>YouTube:</strong> <a href="https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSoundArchitect">https://www.youtube.com/c/TheSoundArchitect</a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Claire Murphy: Backline tech, tour manager, and author https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/claire-murphy-backline-tech-tour-manager-and-author/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:c12c065f-da98-6178-6272-3aec55ce2e8b Tue, 30 Mar 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>Claire Murphy is a backline tech and tour manager. Prior to the pandemic she just finished up a support tour with P!nk in stadiums across Europe. Clair has worked most recently with Vance Joy, she has done backline and tour management for the likes of Tegan & Sara, Elle King, Ravonettes, Babes in Toyland, and the Dum Dum Girls to name a few.</p> <p>Claire has worked with the Soundgirls to promote and encourage women as a SG mentor. She also runs a business providing storage to the music industry in London.</p> <p>Outside of touring she enjoys living at the beach with her partner and 12 year old rescue dog. She’s also been known to compete in triathlons including Ironman's. Whilst on tour, she frequents coffee shops! </p> <p>Girl on the Road: How to Break into Touring from a Female Perspective by Amazon.com Learn more: <a href='https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084QGRKVW/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_8380H43B5R840KS4MW2J?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1'>Girl on the Road: How to Break into Touring from a Female Perspective</a></p> <p>Claire Murphy is a backline tech and tour manager. Prior to the pandemic she just finished up a support tour with P!nk in stadiums across Europe. Clair has worked most recently with Vance Joy, she has done backline and tour management for the likes of Tegan & Sara, Elle King, Ravonettes, Babes in Toyland, and the Dum Dum Girls to name a few.</p> <p>Claire has worked with the Soundgirls to promote and encourage women as a SG mentor. She also runs a business providing storage to the music industry in London.</p> <p>Outside of touring she enjoys living at the beach with her partner and 12 year old rescue dog. She’s also been known to compete in triathlons including Ironman's. Whilst on tour, she frequents coffee shops! </p> <p>Girl on the Road: How to Break into Touring from a Female Perspective by Amazon.com Learn more: <a href='https://www.amazon.com/dp/B084QGRKVW/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_8380H43B5R840KS4MW2J?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1'>Girl on the Road: How to Break into Touring from a Female Perspective</a></p> soundgirlspod No 43:37 yes Claire Murphy is a backline tech and tour manager. Prior to the pandemic she just finished up a support tour with P!nk in stadiums across Europe. Clair has worked most recently with Vance Joy, she has done backline and tour management for the likes of Te... Claire Murphy is a backline tech and tour manager. Prior to the pandemic she just finished up a support tour with P!nk in stadiums across Europe. Clair has worked most recently with Vance Joy, she has done backline and tour management for the likes of Tegan & Sara, Elle King, Ravonettes, Babes in Toyland, and the Dum Dum Girls to name a few. Claire has worked with the Soundgirls to promote and encourage women as a SG mentor. She also runs a business providing storage to the music industry in London. Outside of touring she enjoys living at the beach with her partner and 12 year old rescue dog. She’s also been known to compete in triathlons including Ironman's. Whilst on tour, she frequents coffee shops!  Girl on the Road: How to Break into Touring from a Female Perspective by Amazon.comLearn more: Girl on the Road: How to Break into Touring from a Female Perspective AMPS PODCAST Ep13 - Apollo 11 https://soundcloud.com/user-663870646/amps-podcast-ep12-apollo-11 AMPS Podcast urn:uuid:a0b9aefd-ea2e-896f-16ee-21f42ecbaf91 Sat, 27 Mar 2021 15:36:02 +0000 Having won the 7th AMPS Award for Factual Film Sound, Eric Milano joins us to talk about designing the soundtrack of the historic documentary 'Apollo 11' Association of Motion Picture Sound 00:38:53 no Having won the 7th AMPS Award for Factual Film So… Having won the 7th AMPS Award for Factual Film Sound, Eric Milano joins us to talk about designing the soundtrack of the historic documentary 'Apollo 11' 20th Century Fox https://www.20k.org/episodes/20thcenturyfox Twenty Thousand Hertz urn:uuid:b4d4e3db-2faf-bc10-79e8-44416b8997a9 Wed, 24 Mar 2021 10:00:00 +0000 The melodic fanfare that introduces every 20th Century Fox movie was first composed almost a hundred years ago. Since then, it's become one of the most enduring and recognizable pieces of music in modern history. It's survived company acquisitions, competition from television, and changing trends in Hollywood. But nothing lasts forever. Featuring interviews with Academy Award-nominated composer David Newman and film historian Aubrey Solomon. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications and quicker hiring times. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/20thcenturyfox Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices <p>The melodic fanfare that introduces every 20th Century Fox movie was first composed almost a hundred years ago. Since then, it's become one of the most enduring and recognizable pieces of music in modern history. It's survived company acquisitions, competition from television, and changing trends in Hollywood. But nothing lasts forever. Featuring interviews with Academy Award-nominated composer <a href="http://www.davidlouisnewman.com/">David Newman</a> and film historian <a href="https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1120465.Aubrey_Solomon">Aubrey Solomon</a>.</p><p><br></p><p>Follow the show on <a href="http://twitter.com/20korg">Twitter</a>, <a href="http://facebook.com/20korg">Facebook</a>, &amp; <a href="https://reddit.com/r/20k">Reddit</a>.</p><p>Subscribe to our Youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFu_7pxU3-CByq7bxjVuE4Q">here</a>.</p><p>Become a monthly contributor at <a href="http://20k.org/donate">20k.org/donate</a>.</p><p>If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at <a href="http://mystery.20k.org/">mystery.20k.org</a>.</p><p>Hiring? Sign up at <a href="https://www.indeed.com/hertz">Indeed.com/Hertz</a> and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications and quicker hiring times.</p><p>Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: <a href="https://www.20k.org/episodes/20thcenturyfox">https://www.20k.org/episodes/20thcenturyfox</a></p><p> </p><p>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a></p> Dallas Taylor 1759 no The history and future of the 20th Century Fox fanfare. The melodic fanfare that introduces every 20th Century Fox movie was first composed almost a hundred years ago. Since then, it's become one of the most enduring and recognizable pieces of music in modern history. It's survived company acquisitions, competition from television, and changing trends in Hollywood. But nothing lasts forever. Featuring interviews with Academy Award-nominated composer David Newman and film historian Aubrey Solomon. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications and quicker hiring times. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/20thcenturyfox Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - the Music (Part II) https://www.soundtrackpodcast.com/ The Soundtrack Show urn:uuid:29a7aa2e-4553-8bd4-0f98-c636bb043e9a Wed, 24 Mar 2021 07:00:00 +0000 In Part II of our series on The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, we look at the first act of the game and discuss all of its musical diversity: the dungeons, the distant lands, and the melodic fragments we learn to play on our digital ocarina. The game's over "music" theme is discussed, as well is hidden homages to the Zelda series' musical past. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com <p>In Part II of our series on The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, we look at the first act of the game and discuss all of its musical diversity: the dungeons, the distant lands, and the melodic fragments we learn to play on our digital ocarina. The game's over "music" theme is discussed, as well is hidden homages to the Zelda series' musical past.</p><p> </p> Learn more about your ad-choices at <a href="https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com">https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com</a> iHeartRadio 2563 In Part II of our series on The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, we look at the first act of the game and discuss all of its musical diversity: the dungeons, the distant lands, and the melodic fragments we learn to play on our digital ocarina. The game's over "music" theme is discussed, as well is hidden homages to the Zelda series' musical past. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com Mark Mangini and Pro Sound Effects Odyssey Creatures Library http://www.soundworkscollection.com SoundWorks Collection urn:uuid:7c43c2fe-d267-3993-2147-b3a79dc418f3 Tue, 23 Mar 2021 19:41:52 +0000 <p>In the exclusive conversation we chat with sound designer and sound supervisor Mark Mangini about the new Pro Sound Effects, Odyssey Creatures library.</p> <p>Sonify the beasts and critters of your wildest dreams with The Odyssey Collection: Creatures. Add life and energy to any project with characterful animal recordings ranging from rare and exotic to common and domesticated – plus designed beasts and mythical beings.</p> <p>Create realistic scenes and otherworldly soundscapes with animal sounds from around the globe, including leopard growls, lion roars, horse whinnies, rhinoceros bellows, bird calls, monkey vocals, dog barks, insect swarms and more. This library features thorough coverage of more common creatures like birds, dogs, horses and insects – as well as many obscure animals.</p> <p>Developed in exclusive collaboration with Academy Award®-winners Mark Mangini & Richard L. Anderson, Odyssey Creatures delivers a huge variety of natural, high-quality, one-of-a-kind animal recordings and masterfully designed creature sounds – so you can stay creative and deliver your best sound.</p> <p>www.prosoundeffects.com/odyssey</p> <p>AUDIO PODCAST SUBSCRIBE: <br />https://linktr.ee/soundworkscollection</p> <p>MORE VIDEOS AND INDUSTRY NEWS: <br />https://www.SoundWorksCollection.com</p> SoundWorks Collection 54:00 no In the exclusive conversation we chat with sound designer and sound supervisor Mark Mangini about the new Pro Sound Effects, Odyssey Creatures library. In the exclusive conversation we chat with sound designer and sound supervisor Mark Mangini about the new Pro Sound Effects, Odyssey Creatures library. Sonify the beasts and critters of your wildest dreams with The Odyssey Collection: Creatures. Add life and energy to any project with characterful animal recordings ranging from rare and exotic to common and domesticated – plus designed beasts and mythical beings. Create realistic scenes and otherworldly soundscapes with animal sounds from around the globe, including leopard growls, lion roars, horse whinnies, rhinoceros bellows, bird calls, monkey vocals, dog barks, insect swarms and more. This library features thorough coverage of more common creatures like birds, dogs, horses and insects – as well as many obscure animals. Developed in exclusive collaboration with Academy Award®-winners Mark Mangini & Richard L. Anderson, Odyssey Creatures delivers a huge variety of natural, high-quality, one-of-a-kind animal recordings and masterfully designed creature sounds – so you can stay creative and deliver your best sound. www.prosoundeffects.com/odyssey AUDIO PODCAST SUBSCRIBE: https://linktr.ee/soundworkscollection MORE VIDEOS AND INDUSTRY NEWS: https://www.SoundWorksCollection.com Voice Artist, Carina Reeves (2014) https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/episodes/Voice-Artist--Carina-Reeves-2014-et57sg The Sound Architect Podcast (TSAP) urn:uuid:2c0c4209-4e12-4057-014c-27de52af6de6 Tue, 23 Mar 2021 13:49:14 +0000 <p>(TSAP S01E05)</p> <p>Another Season 1 Blast from the Past! In 2014, Sam chats with voice actress Carina Reeves&nbsp;about her career, advice on voice acting and more!</p> <p>"The Sound Architect speaks to the cheerful and bubbly professional voice actor Carina Bowers! We discuss her career so far and gain invaluable insight into how the industry works. Plus her top 5 tips for aspiring voice artists are great!"<br> <br> Edited and restored by Sam Hughes</p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Sam Hughes 1836 No <p>(TSAP S01E05)</p> <p>Another Season 1 Blast from the Past! In 2014, Sam chats with voice actress Carina Reeves&nbsp;about her career, advice on voice acting and more!</p> <p>"The Sound Architect speaks to the cheerful and bubbly professional voice actor Carina Bowers! We discuss her career so far and gain invaluable insight into how the industry works. Plus her top 5 tips for aspiring voice artists are great!"<br> <br> Edited and restored by Sam Hughes</p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Karrie Keyes SoundGirls Co-Founder & Monitor Engineer for Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/karrie-keyes-soundgirls-co-founder-monitor-engineer-for-pearl-jam-and-eddie-vedder/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:3ca5f529-5224-dc90-e29d-80f426ce00bf Tue, 23 Mar 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>Hailing from Los Angeles, Karrie has spent the last 30 years as the monitor engineer for Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder. Karrie started out doing sound for punk bands in Los Angeles in 1986 under the tutelage of Dave Rat of Rat Sound, where she spent twenty years helping to establish the company. She was able to gain an immense amount of hands-on experience and technical knowledge at Rat, which eventually led to her becoming the monitor engineer for The Red Hot Chili Peppers from 1990-2000. She first met and started working with Pearl Jam who opened for Red Hot Chili Peppers on their 1991-1992 Blood Sugar Sex Magic Tour. She has worked with Sonic Youth, Fugazi, and Neil Young. </p> <p>Hailing from Los Angeles, Karrie has spent the last 30 years as the monitor engineer for Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder. Karrie started out doing sound for punk bands in Los Angeles in 1986 under the tutelage of Dave Rat of Rat Sound, where she spent twenty years helping to establish the company. She was able to gain an immense amount of hands-on experience and technical knowledge at Rat, which eventually led to her becoming the monitor engineer for The Red Hot Chili Peppers from 1990-2000. She first met and started working with Pearl Jam who opened for Red Hot Chili Peppers on their 1991-1992 Blood Sugar Sex Magic Tour. She has worked with Sonic Youth, Fugazi, and Neil Young. </p> soundgirlspod No 35:41 yes Hailing from Los Angeles, Karrie has spent the last 30 years as the monitor engineer for Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder. Karrie started out doing sound for punk bands in Los Angeles in 1986 under the tutelage of Dave Rat of Rat Sound, where she spent twenty ... Hailing from Los Angeles, Karrie has spent the last 30 years as the monitor engineer for Pearl Jam and Eddie Vedder. Karrie started out doing sound for punk bands in Los Angeles in 1986 under the tutelage of Dave Rat of Rat Sound, where she spent twenty years helping to establish the company. She was able to gain an immense amount of hands-on experience and technical knowledge at Rat, which eventually led to her becoming the monitor engineer for The Red Hot Chili Peppers from 1990-2000. She first met and started working with Pearl Jam who opened for Red Hot Chili Peppers on their 1991-1992 Blood Sugar Sex Magic Tour. She has worked with Sonic Youth, Fugazi, and Neil Young. 089 Chris Welcker - Production Sound Mixer based out of New Orleans, Louisiana https://michaelthesoundguy.com/?p=978 Location Sound Podcast urn:uuid:51b15e37-5fcf-2b1a-bbd5-cc3f7e395e93 Fri, 19 Mar 2021 02:01:41 +0000 <p>Chris Welcker is a Production Sound Mixer based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. He’s worked on numerous films including Bill & Ted Face the Music, Keanu and Twelve Years A Slave. Chris uses a Sound Devices Scorpio and a Sound Devices 833, Lectrosonics wireless, DPA 4060, 4061 & 6060 lavs, DPA 4017 shotgun & 4018 capsule, Tentacle Sync for timecode with Denecke slates. Chris also has a Magliner Junior Cart and a SuperZuca audio cart. https://www.catgutsound.com/</p> <p>Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.</p> <p><!-- wp:cgb/block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg --></p> <div class="wp-block-cgb-block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg"> <div class="libsyn-shortcode"></div> </div> <p><!-- /wp:cgb/block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg --></p> <p>Chris Welcker is a Production Sound Mixer based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. He’s worked on numerous films including Bill & Ted Face the Music, Keanu and Twelve Years A Slave. Chris uses a Sound Devices Scorpio and a Sound Devices 833, Lectrosonics wireless, DPA 4060, 4061 & 6060 lavs, DPA 4017 shotgun & 4018 capsule, Tentacle Sync for timecode with Denecke slates. Chris also has a Magliner Junior Cart and a SuperZuca audio cart. https://www.catgutsound.com/</p> <p>Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.</p> <p></p> <p></p> Michael Helms and Chris Welcker 01:13:49 clean keanu,scorpio,louisiana,sounddevices,neworleans,twelveyearsaslave,833,tentaclesync,denecke,dpamics,billtedfacethemusic,chriswelcker,superzucaaudiocart Chris Welcker is a Production Sound Mixer based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. He’s worked on numerous films including Bill & Ted Face the Music, Keanu and Twelve Years A Slave. Chris uses a Sound Devices Scorpio and a Sound Devices 833,... Chris Welcker is a Production Sound Mixer based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. He’s worked on numerous films including Bill & Ted Face the Music, Keanu and Twelve Years A Slave. Chris uses a Sound Devices Scorpio and a Sound Devices 833, Lectrosonics wireless, DPA 4060, 4061 & 6060 lavs, DPA 4017 shotgun & 4018 capsule, Tentacle Sync for timecode with Denecke slates. Chris also has a Magliner Junior Cart and a SuperZuca audio cart. Cyberpunk 2077 - Senior Sound Designer/Scene Audio Coordinator, Hanna Kubiak https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/episodes/Cyberpunk-2077---Senior-Sound-DesignerScene-Audio-Coordinator--Hanna-Kubiak-es8t29 The Sound Architect Podcast (TSAP) urn:uuid:5b25419a-e833-ee4c-cba0-55681220a5f8 Thu, 18 Mar 2021 13:36:20 +0000 <p>Sam speaks to Hanna Kubiak about her journey into game audio as well as her work on Cyberpunk 2077. This conversation dives into some of the systemic and tech solutions for things such as Foley &amp; weapons. They also discuss the creative methods Hanna used to capture the sounds of an ice bath and body falls. All this and more!<br> <br> "Hanna Kubiak is a musicologist, cellist and sound designer. Hanna started her journey at CD Projekt Red as Audio QA Analyst and is currently Senior Sound Designer and Scene Audio Coordinator.</p> <p>Hanna's projects includes The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Expansions, Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales and Cyberpunk 2077."<br> <br> <strong>Big thanks to Callum Tennick for editing and mastering this episode.</strong></p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a><br> <br> </p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Sam Hughes 3915 No <p>Sam speaks to Hanna Kubiak about her journey into game audio as well as her work on Cyberpunk 2077. This conversation dives into some of the systemic and tech solutions for things such as Foley &amp; weapons. They also discuss the creative methods Hanna used to capture the sounds of an ice bath and body falls. All this and more!<br> <br> "Hanna Kubiak is a musicologist, cellist and sound designer. Hanna started her journey at CD Projekt Red as Audio QA Analyst and is currently Senior Sound Designer and Scene Audio Coordinator.</p> <p>Hanna's projects includes The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Expansions, Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales and Cyberpunk 2077."<br> <br> <strong>Big thanks to Callum Tennick for editing and mastering this episode.</strong></p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a><br> <br> </p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Grace Royse: 18-year veteran Production Manager & Audio Engineer https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/grace-royse-production-manager-audio-engineer/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:8fa8bcfd-5a85-7e19-1985-fd2cdf10bc55 Tue, 16 Mar 2021 13:00:00 +0000 <p>Grace Royse is a 18-year veteran of the music industry with a concentration in production management. Her experiences span thousands of festivals, tours and live broadcasted performances worldwide, including the US open, Good Morning America, Ellen,  LA/ NYC/ World Pride and the Super Bowl. Being on both sides of the event experience; touring with headlining A-level artists globally, and hosting artists as on-site Festival PM, understanding the needs of both sides gives her an exceptional operational vantage point. Grace credits her network of top performing colleagues and their shared values for making every successful event possible.</p> <p> </p> <p>Grace Royse is a 18-year veteran of the music industry with a concentration in production management. Her experiences span thousands of festivals, tours and live broadcasted performances worldwide, including the US open, Good Morning America, Ellen,  LA/ NYC/ World Pride and the Super Bowl. Being on both sides of the event experience; touring with headlining A-level artists globally, and hosting artists as on-site Festival PM, understanding the needs of both sides gives her an exceptional operational vantage point. Grace credits her network of top performing colleagues and their shared values for making every successful event possible.</p> <p> </p> soundgirlspod No 47:40 yes Grace Royse is a 18-year veteran of the music industry with a concentration in production management. Her experiences span thousands of festivals, tours and live broadcasted performances worldwide, including the US open, Good Morning America, Ellen,  LA/... Grace Royse is a 18-year veteran of the music industry with a concentration in production management. Her experiences span thousands of festivals, tours and live broadcasted performances worldwide, including the US open, Good Morning America, Ellen,  LA/ NYC/ World Pride and the Super Bowl. Being on both sides of the event experience; touring with headlining A-level artists globally, and hosting artists as on-site Festival PM, understanding the needs of both sides gives her an exceptional operational vantage point. Grace credits her network of top performing colleagues and their shared values for making every successful event possible.   Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War - Composer, Jack Wall https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/episodes/Call-of-Duty-Black-Ops-Cold-War---Composer--Jack-Wall-es5sv1 The Sound Architect Podcast (TSAP) urn:uuid:c78f0c07-43b7-00ad-59dc-fe5f84438a8d Sun, 14 Mar 2021 16:42:29 +0000 <p>Sam speaks with composer, Jack Wall about his recent work on Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, working through Covid-19, how it compares to working on other entries to the franchise, how different it was to working on Mass Effect, and more!</p> <p>"Jack Wall is an ASCAP award-winning and BAFTA nominated composer best known for his rich, cinematic scores found within popular video game franchises such as Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War, Black Ops II, III, &amp; IV, Mass Effect I &amp; II, the Myst series, Jade Empire and several other franchises winning multiple awards for his work. Most recently Wall scored the highly anticipated next-gen entry in the blockbuster Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War and the supernatural drama television series Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments on Disney’s Freeform TV. He has also written additional music score for numerous other TV series including the fantasy drama series Reign on the CW and Emerald City on NBC as well as scoring the hi-octane action film Hard Target 2 available on Netflix.</p> <p>Wall was co-founder of The Game Audio Network Guild and is a frequent speaker/instructor at various educational institutions such as Columbia College, USC, UCLA, Expressions Center for New Media, The Los Angeles Recording School and Berklee College in Boston.</p> <p>Continuing to raise the bar for emotional, performance-driven scores at the highest level, Wall’s repertoire encompasses a diverse range of musical styles and influences: from ethereal ambience, choral crescendos and heavy tribal orchestra to traditional Asian, Middle-Eastern, Eastern European instrumentation, futuristic electronic soundscapes and big band jazz recorded with the world’s top musicians. For more information, visit www.jackwall.net."</p> <p><strong>Big thanks to Callum Tennick for editing and mastering this episode.</strong></p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a></p> <p><br></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Sam Hughes 3342 No <p>Sam speaks with composer, Jack Wall about his recent work on Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, working through Covid-19, how it compares to working on other entries to the franchise, how different it was to working on Mass Effect, and more!</p> <p>"Jack Wall is an ASCAP award-winning and BAFTA nominated composer best known for his rich, cinematic scores found within popular video game franchises such as Call of Duty: Black Ops - Cold War, Black Ops II, III, &amp; IV, Mass Effect I &amp; II, the Myst series, Jade Empire and several other franchises winning multiple awards for his work. Most recently Wall scored the highly anticipated next-gen entry in the blockbuster Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War and the supernatural drama television series Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments on Disney’s Freeform TV. He has also written additional music score for numerous other TV series including the fantasy drama series Reign on the CW and Emerald City on NBC as well as scoring the hi-octane action film Hard Target 2 available on Netflix.</p> <p>Wall was co-founder of The Game Audio Network Guild and is a frequent speaker/instructor at various educational institutions such as Columbia College, USC, UCLA, Expressions Center for New Media, The Los Angeles Recording School and Berklee College in Boston.</p> <p>Continuing to raise the bar for emotional, performance-driven scores at the highest level, Wall’s repertoire encompasses a diverse range of musical styles and influences: from ethereal ambience, choral crescendos and heavy tribal orchestra to traditional Asian, Middle-Eastern, Eastern European instrumentation, futuristic electronic soundscapes and big band jazz recorded with the world’s top musicians. For more information, visit www.jackwall.net."</p> <p><strong>Big thanks to Callum Tennick for editing and mastering this episode.</strong></p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a></p> <p><br></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message 162 - The Sound of Metal https://soundcloud.com/tonebenders-podcast/162-the-sound-of-metal Tonebenders Podcast urn:uuid:9404af40-2548-dbf3-49e2-f60270037b15 Sun, 14 Mar 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Supervising Sound Editor Nicolas Becker, Foley Artist Heikki Kossi and Re-recording Mixer Jaime Baksht join us for a talk about their work on the amazing film The Sound of Metal. Tonebenders Podcast 00:20:54 no Supervising Sound Editor Nicolas Becker, Foley Ar… Supervising Sound Editor Nicolas Becker, Foley Artist Heikki Kossi and Re-recording Mixer Jaime Baksht join us for a talk about their work on the amazing film The Sound of Metal. The Deterrent Tone https://www.20k.org/episodes/thedeterrenttone Twenty Thousand Hertz urn:uuid:096dd25b-c1a8-9fbf-2d75-5e761901c747 Wed, 10 Mar 2021 11:00:00 +0000 The Long-Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD, was developed for the military for long-range communication at sea. But this ear-splitting device has also been fired on protesters across America, resulting in lawsuits and permanent hearing loss. In this episode, we explore the history, science and effects of the so-called “sound cannon.” Featuring tech journalist Lynne Peskoe-Yang and activist Michele Lindor. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Check out Lynne’s work at lynnepeskoeyang.com Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Compare home and car insurance rates at policygenius.com. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/thedeterrenttone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices <p>The Long-Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD, was developed for the military for long-range communication at sea. But this ear-splitting device has also been fired on protesters across America, resulting in lawsuits and permanent hearing loss. In this episode, we explore the history, science and effects of the so-called “sound cannon.” Featuring tech journalist <a href="https://lynnepeskoeyang.com/">Lynne Peskoe-Yang</a> and activist Michele Lindor.</p><p><br></p><p>Follow the show on <a href="http://twitter.com/20korg">Twitter</a>, <a href="http://facebook.com/20korg">Facebook</a>, &amp; <a href="https://reddit.com/r/20k">Reddit</a>.</p><p>Subscribe to our Youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFu_7pxU3-CByq7bxjVuE4Q">here</a>.</p><p>Become a monthly contributor at <a href="http://20k.org/donate">20k.org/donate</a>.</p><p>If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at <a href="http://mystery.20k.org/">mystery.20k.org</a>.</p><p>Check out Lynne’s work at <a href="https://lynnepeskoeyang.com/">lynnepeskoeyang.com</a></p><p>Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at <a href="https://www.stamps.com/">Stamps.com</a>. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k.</p><p>Compare home and car insurance rates at <a href="https://policygenius.com">policygenius.com</a>.</p><p>Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here:<a href="%20https://www.20k.org/episodes/thedeterrenttone"> https://www.20k.org/episodes/thedeterrenttone</a></p><p> </p><p>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a></p> Dallas Taylor 1508 no What happens when you get hit with a “sound cannon?” The Long-Range Acoustic Device, or LRAD, was developed for the military for long-range communication at sea. But this ear-splitting device has also been fired on protesters across America, resulting in lawsuits and permanent hearing loss. In this episode, we explore the history, science and effects of the so-called “sound cannon.” Featuring tech journalist Lynne Peskoe-Yang and activist Michele Lindor. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Check out Lynne’s work at lynnepeskoeyang.com Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Compare home and car insurance rates at policygenius.com. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/thedeterrenttone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Laura Davidson: Singer/Songwriter/Retail market development lead at Shure microphones https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/laura-davidson-singersongwriterretail-market-development-lead-at-shure-microphones/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:a29304b6-90dc-3139-601e-6a3cb6b1f650 Tue, 09 Mar 2021 14:00:00 +0000 <p style="font-weight:400;">Laura Clapp Davidson heads up the retail market development team for Shure. She brings passion and a knowledge of gear that comes from over 15 years in the MI industry. When she isn’t talking about music equipment, she’s singing or playing through it as a professional singer/songwriter. Laura lives in her hometown of Guilford, CT with her two daughters, two dogs, two rabbits and one very patient husband.</p> <p style="font-weight:400;"><a href='http://www.lauraclapp.com'>www.lauraclapp.com</a></p> <p style="font-weight:400;">Laura Clapp Davidson heads up the retail market development team for Shure. She brings passion and a knowledge of gear that comes from over 15 years in the MI industry. When she isn’t talking about music equipment, she’s singing or playing through it as a professional singer/songwriter. Laura lives in her hometown of Guilford, CT with her two daughters, two dogs, two rabbits and one very patient husband.</p> <p style="font-weight:400;"><a href='http://www.lauraclapp.com'>www.lauraclapp.com</a></p> soundgirlspod No 43:43 yes Laura Clapp Davidson heads up the retail market development team for Shure. She brings passion and a knowledge of gear that comes from over 15 years in the MI industry. When she isn’t talking about music equipment, she’s singing or playing through it as ... Laura Clapp Davidson heads up the retail market development team for Shure. She brings passion and a knowledge of gear that comes from over 15 years in the MI industry. When she isn’t talking about music equipment, she’s singing or playing through it as a professional singer/songwriter. Laura lives in her hometown of Guilford, CT with her two daughters, two dogs, two rabbits and one very patient husband. www.lauraclapp.com AMPS PODCAST Ep12 - The Production Sound of Bridgerton https://soundcloud.com/user-663870646/amps-podcast-the-production-sound-of-bridgerton AMPS Podcast urn:uuid:ceebecba-dee4-167e-5844-fa26f05fba0b Tue, 09 Mar 2021 12:36:19 +0000 In this episode, AMPS members Tim Surrey and Johnny White tell us all about their work capturing the Production Sound for 'Bridgerton' - the phenomenally successful Drama series from Netflix. Association of Motion Picture Sound 00:54:55 no In this episode, AMPS members Tim Surrey and John… In this episode, AMPS members Tim Surrey and Johnny White tell us all about their work capturing the Production Sound for 'Bridgerton' - the phenomenally successful Drama series from Netflix. Composer Jermaine Stegall - The Music of Coming 2 America http://www.soundworkscollection.com SoundWorks Collection urn:uuid:4d182aa8-3027-079f-1cf8-54b007ed98ae Mon, 08 Mar 2021 19:25:09 +0000 <p>We chat with Composer Jermaine Stegall about the music of Coming 2 America directed by Craig Brewer and now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.</p> <p>Set in the lush and royal country of Zamunda, newly-crowned King Akeem (Eddie Murphy) and his trusted confidante Semmi (Arsenio Hall) embark on an all-new hilarious adventure that has them traversing the globe from their great African nation to the borough of Queens, New York - where it all began.</p> <p>AUDIO PODCAST SUBSCRIBE: <br />https://linktr.ee/soundworkscollection</p> <p>MORE VIDEOS AND INDUSTRY NEWS: <br />https://www.SoundWorksCollection.com</p> SoundWorks Collection 49:32 no We chat with Composer Jermaine Stegall about the music of Coming 2 America directed by Craig Brewer and now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. We chat with Composer Jermaine Stegall about the music of Coming 2 America directed by Craig Brewer and now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Set in the lush and royal country of Zamunda, newly-crowned King Akeem (Eddie Murphy) and his trusted confidante Semmi (Arsenio Hall) embark on an all-new hilarious adventure that has them traversing the globe from their great African nation to the borough of Queens, New York - where it all began. AUDIO PODCAST SUBSCRIBE: https://linktr.ee/soundworkscollection MORE VIDEOS AND INDUSTRY NEWS: https://www.SoundWorksCollection.com 161 - Judas & The Black Messiah https://soundcloud.com/tonebenders-podcast/161-judas-the-black-messiah Tonebenders Podcast urn:uuid:9853a8ac-49ab-8a71-72c5-81f23efbaa53 Fri, 05 Mar 2021 00:00:00 +0000 In this episode we talk with the sound team behind the excellent new film Judas and The Black Messiah. We dig deep into a standout scene involving a speech to an exuberant crowd with lots of call and response happening. Marlowe Taylor talks about how he captured the sounds on set, as Production Mixer. Rich Bologna explains how he edited those sounds, in post, to create the intensity, and re-recording mixer, Skip Lievsay, tells us how he made it all sound HUGE. Tonebenders Podcast 00:28:50 no In this episode we talk with the sound team behin… In this episode we talk with the sound team behind the excellent new film Judas and The Black Messiah. We dig deep into a standout scene involving a speech to an exuberant crowd with lots of call and response happening. Marlowe Taylor talks about how he captured the sounds on set, as Production Mixer. Rich Bologna explains how he edited those sounds, in post, to create the intensity, and re-recording mixer, Skip Lievsay, tells us how he made it all sound HUGE. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - the Music (Part I) https://www.soundtrackpodcast.com/ The Soundtrack Show urn:uuid:e12ff99f-c4f7-d618-4571-a45bdd3a8fbe Wed, 03 Mar 2021 21:31:30 +0000 The groundbreaking interactive music of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is both diegetic and non-diegetic music, as it plays a central role in both the story and gameplay. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com <p>The groundbreaking interactive music of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is both diegetic and non-diegetic music, as it plays a central role in both the story and gameplay.</p><p> </p> Learn more about your ad-choices at <a href="https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com">https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com</a> iHeartRadio 3055 The groundbreaking interactive music of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is both diegetic and non-diegetic music, as it plays a central role in both the story and gameplay. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com Maxime Brunet: freelance Front of House engineer, tour manager, & monitor engineer https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/maxime-brunet-freelance-front-of-house-engineer-tour-manager-monitor-engineer/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:b6d1f06e-0c70-3816-df53-9a10cc9efb85 Tue, 02 Mar 2021 14:00:00 +0000 <p>Maxime Brunet is a freelance Front of House engineer, tour manager and monitor engineer. She has worked with artists such as Wolf Parade, Operators and TR/ST. Maxime also developed an introduction to live sound class for womxn, which she has taught in several cities in Canada.</p> <p>Maxime Brunet is a freelance Front of House engineer, tour manager and monitor engineer. She has worked with artists such as Wolf Parade, Operators and TR/ST. Maxime also developed an introduction to live sound class for womxn, which she has taught in several cities in Canada.</p> soundgirlspod No 36:44 yes Maxime Brunet is a freelance Front of House engineer, tour manager and monitor engineer. She has worked with artists such as Wolf Parade, Operators and TR/ST. Maxime also developed an introduction to live sound class for womxn, which she has taught in se... Maxime Brunet is a freelance Front of House engineer, tour manager and monitor engineer. She has worked with artists such as Wolf Parade, Operators and TR/ST. Maxime also developed an introduction to live sound class for womxn, which she has taught in several cities in Canada. Soundbytes Podcast - EP 44 - WFH Questions https://thesoundbytespodcast.podbean.com/e/soundbytes-podcast-ep-44-wfh-questions/ Soundbytes Podcast urn:uuid:2f143222-7a33-18d8-64b9-365e228037f2 Mon, 01 Mar 2021 22:43:14 +0000 <p>Hello! Welcome back to episode forty-four of our monthly podcast about games and game audio. It's a consecutive episode! This month we discuss a bunch of fun questions, discuss our first gigs in the industry, talk about the impact of remote work on mentoring within audio teams, and discuss the future of generalist vs specialist skillsets.</p> <p>Plug again: The Soundbytes discord server is in full swing with lots of excellent conversations happening, and we'd love to have you with us. Please join at the link below!</p> <p>Hosted by:  Derek Brown - <a href='https://twitter.com/subwoofersub'>@subwoofersub</a> Barney Oram - <a href='https://twitter.com/BarneyOram1'>@BarneyOram1</a></p> <p dir="ltr">Follow Soundbytes on Twitter: <a href='https://twitter.com/soundbytes_p'>@soundbytes_p</a></p> <p dir="ltr">Join the Soundbytes Discord Server: <a href='https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP'>https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP</a></p> <p>Hello! Welcome back to episode forty-four of our monthly podcast about games and game audio. It's a consecutive episode! This month we discuss a bunch of fun questions, discuss our first gigs in the industry, talk about the impact of remote work on mentoring within audio teams, and discuss the future of generalist vs specialist skillsets.</p> <p>Plug again: The Soundbytes discord server is in full swing with lots of excellent conversations happening, and we'd love to have you with us. Please join at the link below!</p> <p>Hosted by:  Derek Brown - <a href='https://twitter.com/subwoofersub'>@subwoofersub</a> Barney Oram - <a href='https://twitter.com/BarneyOram1'>@BarneyOram1</a></p> <p dir="ltr">Follow Soundbytes on Twitter: <a href='https://twitter.com/soundbytes_p'>@soundbytes_p</a></p> <p dir="ltr">Join the Soundbytes Discord Server: <a href='https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP'>https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP</a></p> Derek Brown and Barney Oram No 01:41:36 no Hello! Welcome back to episode forty-four of our monthly podcast about games and game audio. It's a consecutive episode! This month we discuss a bunch of fun questions, discuss our first gigs in the industry, talk about the impact of remote work on mento... Hello! Welcome back to episode forty-four of our monthly podcast about games and game audio. It's a consecutive episode! This month we discuss a bunch of fun questions, discuss our first gigs in the industry, talk about the impact of remote work on mentoring within audio teams, and discuss the future of generalist vs specialist skillsets. Plug again: The Soundbytes discord server is in full swing with lots of excellent conversations happening, and we'd love to have you with us. Please join at the link below! Hosted by: Derek Brown - @subwoofersubBarney Oram - @BarneyOram1 Follow Soundbytes on Twitter: @soundbytes_p Join the Soundbytes Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fP7wAEKjBP Western Black Powder Guns - Sound Designer, Barney Oram https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/episodes/Western-Black-Powder-Guns---Sound-Designer--Barney-Oram-eqeace The Sound Architect Podcast (TSAP) urn:uuid:1c154130-3ad0-9a2b-792f-9cbf0c8eff58 Mon, 01 Mar 2021 06:53:29 +0000 <p>Sam chats with Barney Oram, sound designer at Sweet Justice Sound, about his recent sound library, Western Black Powder Guns. They discuss everything about the sound library process; from prep and gear management, all the way to post processing and price.&nbsp;</p> <p>Barney also shares his learnings from making his third sound library as well as some cautionary tales about recording weapons.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Big thanks to Toivo Kallio for editing and mastering this episode!</strong></p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Sam Hughes 1801 No <p>Sam chats with Barney Oram, sound designer at Sweet Justice Sound, about his recent sound library, Western Black Powder Guns. They discuss everything about the sound library process; from prep and gear management, all the way to post processing and price.&nbsp;</p> <p>Barney also shares his learnings from making his third sound library as well as some cautionary tales about recording weapons.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Big thanks to Toivo Kallio for editing and mastering this episode!</strong></p> <p><strong>This episode and so much more at: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Twitter: </strong><a href="https://twitter.com/SoundDesignUK"><strong>@SoundDesignUK</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Facebook: </strong><a href="https://facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk"><strong>facebook.com/thesoundarchitect.co.uk</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Instagram: </strong><a href="https://instagram.com/thesoundarchitectofficial"><strong>thesoundarchitectofficial</strong></a></p> <p><strong>Stay up to date via our Monthly Newsletter as well: </strong><a href="https://www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter"><strong>www.thesoundarchitect.co.uk/newsletter</strong></a></p> --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoundarchitect/message Immersive Audio Podcast Episode 49 Ben Supper (Supperware - Head Tracking For Audio) https://soundcloud.com/user-713907742/immersive-audio-podcast-episode-49-ben-supper-supperware-head-tracking-for-audio Immersive Audio Podcast urn:uuid:c99a4b67-a2d1-2bf7-ea14-058e3e7c7a6c Sat, 27 Feb 2021 13:06:27 +0000 In this episode of the Immersive Audio Podcast, Oliver Kadel and Bjørn Jacobsen are joined by electronics engineer Ben Supper from London, UK. Ben Supper started Supperware in 2018, with the aim of making hardware and software to meet the needs of professional musicians and engineers who work with immersive audio. The challenge has been to meet their needs for high accuracy, speed, and as little impact on their budget as possible. The first product to reach general sale is a head tracker, without which there's no point making anything else. He has spent a total of twenty years working as a product engineer and occasional manager for ROLI, Focusrite, and others. Some products he's particularly proud of co-developing to include the ROLI Seaboard, and the Novation Launchpad and Mininova. Before most of this, Ben obtained a PhD in the field of spatial psychoacoustics from Surrey in 2005 and was a graduate of the Tonmeister course in 2000. It is Ben's dream to make immersive audio work commercially this time around, and not to frighten away those casual experimenters and distractible creatives on whom its commercial and artistic success will completely depend. In this episode, we dive deep into the topic of head-tracking for audio, and Ben expertly explains the advantages of using trackers for spatial sound and the process of making them. Supperware is giving away a free tracker to one of our lucky listeners! It’s very easy to enter - all details in the episode - submit your entry by Friday the 5th of March 2021. This episode was produced by Oliver Kadel and Emma Rees and included music by Rhythm Scott. For extended show notes and more information on this episode go to If you enjoy the podcast and would like to show your support please consider becoming a Patreon. Not only are you supporting us, but you will also get special access to bonus content and much more. Find out more on our official Patreon page - www.patreon.com/immersiveaudiopodcast We thank you kindly in advance! We want to hear from you! We value our community and would appreciate it if you would take our very quick survey and help us make the Immersive Audio Podcast even better: surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3Y9B2MJ Thank you! You can follow the podcast on Twitter @IAudioPodcast for regular updates and content or get in touch via podcast@1618digital.com 1.618 Digital 01:08:40 no In this episode of the Immersive Audio Podcast, O… In this episode of the Immersive Audio Podcast, Oliver Kadel and Bjørn Jacobsen are joined by electronics engineer Ben Supper from London, UK. Ben Supper started Supperware in 2018, with the aim of making hardware and software to meet the needs of professional musicians and engineers who work with immersive audio. The challenge has been to meet their needs for high accuracy, speed, and as little impact on their budget as possible. The first product to reach general sale is a head tracker, without which there's no point making anything else. He has spent a total of twenty years working as a product engineer and occasional manager for ROLI, Focusrite, and others. Some products he's particularly proud of co-developing to include the ROLI Seaboard, and the Novation Launchpad and Mininova. Before most of this, Ben obtained a PhD in the field of spatial psychoacoustics from Surrey in 2005 and was a graduate of the Tonmeister course in 2000. It is Ben's dream to make immersive audio work commercially this time around, and not to frighten away those casual experimenters and distractible creatives on whom its commercial and artistic success will completely depend. In this episode, we dive deep into the topic of head-tracking for audio, and Ben expertly explains the advantages of using trackers for spatial sound and the process of making them. Supperware is giving away a free tracker to one of our lucky listeners! It’s very easy to enter - all details in the episode - submit your entry by Friday the 5th of March 2021. This episode was produced by Oliver Kadel and Emma Rees and included music by Rhythm Scott. For extended show notes and more information on this episode go to If you enjoy the podcast and would like to show your support please consider becoming a Patreon. Not only are you supporting us, but you will also get special access to bonus content and much more. Find out more on our official Patreon page - www.patreon.com/immersiveaudiopodcast We thank you kindly in advance! We want to hear from you! We value our community and would appreciate it if you would take our very quick survey and help us make the Immersive Audio Podcast even better: surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3Y9B2MJ Thank you! You can follow the podcast on Twitter @IAudioPodcast for regular updates and content or get in touch via podcast@1618digital.com I'm Lovin' It https://www.20k.org/episodes/imlovinit Twenty Thousand Hertz urn:uuid:c203437e-d9f0-ee72-1c79-b4487e61c4fe Wed, 24 Feb 2021 11:00:00 +0000 Since its introduction in 2003, the McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle has become one of the most recognizable melodies in the world. This is the story of how a catchy five-note jingle conquered the planet, from its humble beginnings at a German ad agency, to being sung by globally famous pop stars. Featuring interviews with "I'm Lovin' It" composers Tom Batoy and Franco Tortora of Mona Davis Beat. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications and quicker hiring times. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/imlovinit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices <p>Since its introduction in 2003, the McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle has become one of the most recognizable melodies in the world. This is the story of how a catchy five-note jingle conquered the planet, from its humble beginnings at a German ad agency, to being sung by globally famous pop stars. Featuring interviews with "I'm Lovin' It" composers Tom Batoy and Franco Tortora of <a href="https://www.monadavis.com/">Mona Davis Beat</a>.</p><p><br></p><p>Follow the show on <a href="http://twitter.com/20korg">Twitter</a>, <a href="http://facebook.com/20korg">Facebook</a>, &amp; <a href="https://reddit.com/r/20k">Reddit</a>.</p><p>Subscribe to our Youtube channel <a href="https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFu_7pxU3-CByq7bxjVuE4Q">here</a>.</p><p>Become a monthly contributor at <a href="http://20k.org/donate">20k.org/donate</a>.</p><p>If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at <a href="http://mystery.20k.org/">mystery.20k.org</a>.</p><p>Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at <a href="https://stamps.com/">Stamps.com</a>. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k.</p><p>Hiring? Sign up at <a href="https://www.indeed.com/hertz">Indeed.com/Hertz</a> and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications and quicker hiring times.</p><p>Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: <a href="https://www.20k.org/episodes/imlovinit">https://www.20k.org/episodes/imlovinit</a></p><p> </p><p>Learn more about your ad choices. Visit <a href="https://megaphone.fm/adchoices">megaphone.fm/adchoices</a></p> Dallas Taylor 1630 no Ba da ba ba ba. Since its introduction in 2003, the McDonald’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle has become one of the most recognizable melodies in the world. This is the story of how a catchy five-note jingle conquered the planet, from its humble beginnings at a German ad agency, to being sung by globally famous pop stars. Featuring interviews with "I'm Lovin' It" composers Tom Batoy and Franco Tortora of Mona Davis Beat. Follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, & Reddit. Subscribe to our Youtube channel here. Become a monthly contributor at 20k.org/donate. If you know what this week's mystery sound is, tell us at mystery.20k.org. Get a 4-week trial, free postage, and a digital scale at Stamps.com. Just click the microphone at the top right corner and type the promo code 20k. Hiring? Sign up at Indeed.com/Hertz and get a $75 credit to sponsor your first job post for better visibility, more applications and quicker hiring times. Episode transcript, music, and credits can be found here: https://www.20k.org/episodes/imlovinit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Wild field recording adventures - with George Vlad (free SFX in the description!) - A Sound Effect Podcast EP 13 https://anchor.fm/asoundeffect/episodes/Wild-field-recording-adventures---with-George-Vlad-free-SFX-in-the-description----A-Sound-Effect-Podcast-EP-13-equifp The A Sound Effect Podcast urn:uuid:6dab26af-bfb4-1818-7606-c4bfc770c6a0 Wed, 24 Feb 2021 10:42:16 +0000 <p>Field recordist, adventurer &amp; independent sound effects creator George Vlad travels the world to record some truly incredible natural soundscapes. Hear stories from his wild adventures capturing sounds of deserts, jungles - and even a live, roaring volcano - in this in-depth interview. Bonus: Get 9 exclusive ambiences for free from George Vlad, at https://www.asoundeffect.com/gv</p> A Sound Effect 3445 No <p>Field recordist, adventurer &amp; independent sound effects creator George Vlad travels the world to record some truly incredible natural soundscapes. Hear stories from his wild adventures capturing sounds of deserts, jungles - and even a live, roaring volcano - in this in-depth interview. Bonus: Get 9 exclusive ambiences for free from George Vlad, at https://www.asoundeffect.com/gv</p> 160 - The Trial of The Chicago 7 https://soundcloud.com/tonebenders-podcast/160-the-trial-of-the-chicago Tonebenders Podcast urn:uuid:985d0789-a7c1-f5cf-65d5-4922f37aadf9 Wed, 24 Feb 2021 00:00:00 +0000 In this episode we talk about the sound work done on the latest Aaron Sorkin film The Trial of The Chicago 7. We are joined by Reneé Tondelli (supervising sound editor) & Michael Babcock (re-recording mixer) as they tell us all the challenges they overcame to make this protest/courtroom drama come to life. From overcoming challenges of recording loop group and ADR in early lockdown conditions, to blending the sound of new scenes and original archive footage seamlessly this film presented endless challenges for the audio team. Tonebenders Podcast 00:26:53 no In this episode we talk about the sound work done… In this episode we talk about the sound work done on the latest Aaron Sorkin film The Trial of The Chicago 7. We are joined by Reneé Tondelli (supervising sound editor) & Michael Babcock (re-recording mixer) as they tell us all the challenges they overcame to make this protest/courtroom drama come to life. From overcoming challenges of recording loop group and ADR in early lockdown conditions, to blending the sound of new scenes and original archive footage seamlessly this film presented endless challenges for the audio team. Karol Urban: Re-recording mixer for television & feature films https://soundgirlspod.podbean.com/e/karol-urban-re-recording-mixer-for-television-feature-films/ SoundGirls Podcast urn:uuid:0f98b398-bca1-06fe-0675-e3eee79f728d Tue, 23 Feb 2021 14:00:00 +0000 <p>Karol Urban CAS, MPSE, NATAS has served directors and producers as a re-recording mixer for television and feature films since 1999. Focusing principally on documentaries early in her career in Washington DC, she now lives in Los Angeles where she currently mixes for television and film. She describes her job as "playing mind games with sound." As a perpetual student of her craft, she enjoys exploring the power sound has to immersive the viewer in the narrative. She is also an involved member of her community having served on the Television Academy's Governor's Peer Group for Sound Mixing, organized events for The LA Sound Group, and served as a blue ribbon panel judge for the Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reels. Karol acted as content editor of the CAS Quarterly and served as a board member for the Cinema Audio Society before being elected as President of the organization in 2019. She enjoys educational outreach and has moderated panels for Mix's Sound for Film Event, various FYC campaigns, and AMPAS.</p> <p>Some of her recent credits include:  Stephen King’s The Stand,  Grey’s Anatomy, Single Parents, Big Sky, and Project Bluebook.</p> <p> </p> <p>This podcast was edited by Sara Stacey!</p> <p> </p> <p>Karol Urban CAS, MPSE, NATAS has served directors and producers as a re-recording mixer for television and feature films since 1999. Focusing principally on documentaries early in her career in Washington DC, she now lives in Los Angeles where she currently mixes for television and film. She describes her job as "playing mind games with sound." As a perpetual student of her craft, she enjoys exploring the power sound has to immersive the viewer in the narrative. She is also an involved member of her community having served on the Television Academy's Governor's Peer Group for Sound Mixing, organized events for The LA Sound Group, and served as a blue ribbon panel judge for the Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reels. Karol acted as content editor of the CAS Quarterly and served as a board member for the Cinema Audio Society before being elected as President of the organization in 2019. She enjoys educational outreach and has moderated panels for Mix's Sound for Film Event, various FYC campaigns, and AMPAS.</p> <p>Some of her recent credits include:  Stephen King’s The Stand,  Grey’s Anatomy, Single Parents, Big Sky, and Project Bluebook.</p> <p> </p> <p>This podcast was edited by Sara Stacey!</p> <p> </p> soundgirlspod No 37:25 yes Karol Urban CAS, MPSE, NATAS has served directors and producers as a re-recording mixer for television and feature films since 1999. Focusing principally on documentaries early in her career in Washington DC, she now lives in Los Angeles where she curren... Karol Urban CAS, MPSE, NATAS has served directors and producers as a re-recording mixer for television and feature films since 1999. Focusing principally on documentaries early in her career in Washington DC, she now lives in Los Angeles where she currently mixes for television and film. She describes her job as "playing mind games with sound." As a perpetual student of her craft, she enjoys exploring the power sound has to immersive the viewer in the narrative. She is also an involved member of her community having served on the Television Academy's Governor's Peer Group for Sound Mixing, organized events for The LA Sound Group, and served as a blue ribbon panel judge for the Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reels. Karol acted as content editor of the CAS Quarterly and served as a board member for the Cinema Audio Society before being elected as President of the organization in 2019. She enjoys educational outreach and has moderated panels for Mix's Sound for Film Event, various FYC campaigns, and AMPAS. Some of her recent credits include:  Stephen King’s The Stand,  Grey’s Anatomy, Single Parents, Big Sky, and Project Bluebook.   This podcast was edited by Sara Stacey! 088 Byron Meyer - Production Sound Mixer based out of Copenhagen, Denmark https://michaelthesoundguy.com/?p=966 Location Sound Podcast urn:uuid:dc9295f0-9aeb-5f58-e8ef-2d182609448e Tue, 23 Feb 2021 04:31:42 +0000 <p>Byron Meyer is a Production Sound Mixer originally from South Africa but is now based out of Copenhagen, Denmark. He uses a Sound Devices 6-Series mixer/recorder, Wisycom wireless, DPA 4060 lavs, DPA 4017b boom mic & DPA 4097 micro boom as a plant mic. Byron likes Tentacle Sync for time code and he uses a K-tek Stingray bag.</p> <p>Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.</p> <p><!-- wp:cgb/block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg --></p> <div class="wp-block-cgb-block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg"> <div class="libsyn-shortcode"></div> </div> <p><!-- /wp:cgb/block-libsyn-podcasting-gutenberg --></p> <p>Byron Meyer is a Production Sound Mixer originally from South Africa but is now based out of Copenhagen, Denmark. He uses a Sound Devices 6-Series mixer/recorder, Wisycom wireless, DPA 4060 lavs, DPA 4017b boom mic & DPA 4097 micro boom as a plant mic. Byron likes Tentacle Sync for time code and he uses a K-tek Stingray bag.</p> <p>Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.</p> <p></p> <p></p> Michael Helms and Byron Meyer 49:56 clean copenhagen,denmark,sounddevices,tentaclesync,dpamics,byronmeyer,ktek Byron Meyer is a Production Sound Mixer originally from South Africa but is now based out of Copenhagen, Denmark. He uses a Sound Devices 6-Series mixer/recorder, Wisycom wireless, DPA 4060 lavs, DPA 4017b boom mic & DPA 4097 micro boom as a plant... Byron Meyer is a Production Sound Mixer originally from South Africa but is now based out of Copenhagen, Denmark. He uses a Sound Devices 6-Series mixer/recorder, Wisycom wireless, DPA 4060 lavs, DPA 4017b boom mic & DPA 4097 micro boom as a plant mic. Byron likes Tentacle Sync for time code and he uses a K-tek Stingray bag.