2019 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.

Burt Lancaster Theater

Saturday, September 28, 2019
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
PANEL 1: Immersive Audio Workflow: Concept, Editorial, Design and Mix Presented by MPSE
Our panel of experts will discuss a how-to plan for creating and delivering audio through the post-production process for the best use of immersive sound technology.
Moderated by: Carolyn Giardina - The Hollywood Reporter
Steve Ticknor - Sony
Benjamin Cook - 424 Post
Tony Lamberti - Sony
Keith Rogers - Universal
Caleb Hollenback - Formosa
Cheryl Ottenritter - Sound Designer and Re-Recording Mixer Ott House Audio
Scott Kramer - Netflix
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
PANEL 2: Follow the Tracks Presented by: Cinema Audio Society
A panel of experts discusses where our dialog tracks come from, where they go, and what happens to them along the way, from set to screen.
Moderated by: Bob Bronow - CAS
Gary Bourgeois - Re-recording Mixer
Adam Carl - Recordist
Smokey Cloud - Assistant Editor
Chris Jacobsen - Re-recording Mixer
Anna Mackenzie - Dialog Editor
Ben Patrick - Production Mixer
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
PANEL 3: The Networked Studio: Building a Near-Field Immersive Room With Audio-Over-IP
Chief engineers, designers and integrators discuss the ins and outs of building a near-field immersive audio studio using advanced Audio-Over-IP networking technologies and tools.
Moderated by: Phil Wagner
Brian Armstrong - Streamline System Design
Lane Burch - Sony
Bill Johnston - Formosa Group
Ron Romano - Belmont University
Ted White - Focusrite