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.

Streisand Scoring Stage

Saturday, September 28, 2019
10:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Parade of Carts and Bags Presented by the Cinema Audio Society
Presented by:
From large soundstage productions to reality TV to super-portable documentaries, production sound mixers show off their highly customized methods of managing the tools of their trade.
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Saturday, September 28, 2019
1:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Shure Programming
1:30 PM - 2:15 PM What Digital Wireless Can Do For You
Your wireless needs have become more complex but the usable wireless spectrum keeps shrinking. Would a transition to digital wireless benefit you? Join the Shure team as we explore the differences between analog and digital, and the benefits of each - from spectral efficiency to cable management to audio monitoring and signal routing (AES and Dante).
2:30 PM - 3:15 PM Maximize Your RF Coverage
When it comes to audio, the wireless signal transmission is just as important as the sound capture. Join the Shure product management and training team as they share best practices for maximizing RF coverage for your set. Topics will include antenna selection and placement, active versus passive combiners, optimal distance between antennas, outdoor versus indoor usage, and constructing antenna zones.
3:30 PM - 4:15 PM Tools for Wireless Gear Management and RF Coordination
Even if your wireless gear is set up perfectly, RF traffic in your location can still lead to signal failure. But you can avoid these hurdles with the right tools. Using Axient® Digital wireless, Shure will demonstrate Wireless Workbench® software which allows remote monitoring and management of wireless gear. Then they’ll take it a step further by showing how Shure’s ShowLink® access point can remotely control transmitter parameters such as gain and operating frequencies.
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM Tod A. Maitland Live Interview: Capturing Audio for Spielberg's "West Side Story"
Tod A. Maitland has been an audio professional in the film industry for more than 40 years. Having been nominated for three Academy Awards in the Best Sound category, he's worked on films such as, "Seabiscuit," "Independence Day," "National Treasure," "I Am Legend," "The Greatest Showman," and "Joker." Mr. Maitland just finished production sound for Steven Spielberg's remake of the classic movie musical, "West Side Story." Shot on location in and around NYC this summer, Tod overcame RF and outdoor challenges by using primarily Shure equipment including Axient® Digital wireless, TwinPlex™ subminiature microphones, PSM® 1000 personal monitoring, and Wireless Workbench® software. In this live interview, you’ll get to hear him share stories of movies he’s worked on and how he’s overcoming today’s most perplexing audio challenges for film and TV.