Audio Podcasts: Mix Presents Sound for Film & Television 2018


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October 13, 2018

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Audio Podcasts: Mix Presents Sound for Film & Television 2018

Mix Magazine presented the fourth annual Sound for Film and TV event, an all-day exhibition and conference spotlighting the technologies and techniques behind sound for picture, from production to playback.
The boom in television and streaming services, along with the emergence of Virtual Reality, has led to a technology/workflow change in how content is produced. The techniques and tools are merging, and studios and producers have adapted their methods. We bring film, television and virtual reality all together on the legendary Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City, California on October 13th, 2018.

 
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Who Attends

CREATIVES
Independent sound professionals, as well as representatives from:
Disney
Formosa
Fox
Sony
Warner Bros

And much more!

TECHNOLOGISTS
The technology community includes leading engineers and developers from companies such as:
JBL
Dolby
DTS
AVID
Meyer Sound
Audionamix
Lectrosonics
RSPE
YAMAHA

And much more!

BUSINESS
The business community includes post-production executives from leading major and independent Hollywood studios, including:
Sony
Warners Bro
Blizzard
NBC
Nascar
Universal
Fox
Disney
STARZ

And much more!

Program

Program for Mix Presents Sound for Film & Television takes place at multiple locations within the Sony Pictures Studios Post-Production Department. All locations are within close proximity of each other, with main panels and exhibition in the Sound Department re-recording stages.





Saturday, October 13


10:30 AM

Sound Editing for Animation Pre-Production Through the Final Mix

This panel will discuss how sound takes the leading role in the creation of an animated project. From the pre-records used to create the visual animation of characters to the final soundtrack created completely from scratch to bring the visual story to life on screen. What are their workflows and creative thought processes? How do these processes and challenges vary from a typical live action project? We will hear from both feature and television sound supervisors and designers who have years of experience within the animation field.

Presented by Motion Picture Sound Editors

Panelists:

  • Paul Ottoson
  • Geoffrey Rubay
  • Erik Aadahl
  • Tim Chau
  • Eileen Horta

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Barbra Streisand Scoring Stage

'Parade of Carts and Bags' Production Sound Mixers show off their highly customized methods of managing the tools of their trade. With their full recording systems on display.

Presented by Cinema Audio Society

1:30 PM

The Audio Pipeline: Dialog From Front to Back

A panel of established production and postproduction professionals discuss current workflow, the way we were, and the path to the future.

Presented by Cinema Audio Society

2:30 PM

Barbra Streisand Scoring Stage

'Ambiosonic Sound Recording: The Future is Back.' A panel of expert users and manufactures discuss the return of the 3D ambiosonic recording method and its implications for cinema and television.

Presented by Cinema Audio Society

3:30 PM

The Business of Immersive: Technology and Process

The new streaming networks are demanding immersive audio as a deliverable, and it’s now expected that Hollywood releases will include a Dolby Atmos, DTS or Auro 3D version. To be a part of the present and future of sound for picture an audio post facility will need to convert to an immersive workflow. It’s not as expensive as one might think, and the return on investment can be significant. Our expert panel discusses the cost/benefits of outfitting a facility, the new distribution paradigms and the return on an investment in future-proofing a facility.

Presented by Mix magazine


*Agenda Subject to Change

Regular Rate

$129

CAS Member

$69

MPSE Member

$69

Student

$69

Speakers

Erik Aadahl

Erik Aadahl

Sound Editor

Tim Chau

Tim Chau

Sound Designer

Dave Fluhr

Dave Fluhr

Sound Designer
Disney Animation Studios

Eileen Horta

Eileen Horta

Sound Supervisor

Paul Ottoson

Paul Ottoson

Sound Designer

Geoffrey Rubay

Geoffrey Rubay

Sound Engineer

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Venue
SONY PICTURES STUDIOS

Mix Presents Sound for Film is held within the extensive audio post-production facilities on the famed Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City, Calif. Featuring five world-class theatrical re-recording stages, eight television re-recording studios, four major sound design suites, and countless editing rooms—along with the historic Barbra Streisand Scoring Stage, ADR and Foley facilities, and in-house engineering —Sony Pictures Studios is a one-stop shop for everything related to sound for picture. And it is the ideal location for a gathering of audio professionals.

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Adam Goldstein

Adam Goldstein

Sponsorship Opportunities

adam.goldstein@futurenet.com

212-378-0465

 

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Program Information

thomas.kenny@futurenet.com

917-281-4718

 

Kelly Boon

Kelly Boon

Corporate Events Director

kelly.boon@futurenet.com

917-281-4718

 

Marie Vasallo

Marie Vasallo

Events Manager

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Lauren Sullivan

Lauren Sullivan

Special Events Intern

lauren.sullivan@futurenet.com

917-281-4718

 

October 13, 2018


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