At this time, Mix Presents Sound for Film & TV will continue as planned. We continue to monitor COVID-19's effects and will keep all parties informed and updated.
The market is poised for a huge fall growth spurt following the postponement of many productions during the COVID-19 pandemic stay-at-home orders. Already, industry watchers are pointing to a huge injection of production and post-production projects out of Hollywood for film, television and streaming services, noting that the high demand for new and efficient technologies and sound services will be accompanied by re-hiring throughout the industry. Nothing compares to being able to reach this highly established market on the legendary Sony Pictures Studio lot in Culver City, California.
Mix Presents Sound for Film & Television 2020
Mix Magazine presents the seventh 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 in September 2020.
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2019 Highlights: 8-Time Academy Award Nominated Sound Designer
"We are absolutely thrilled to have Wylie Stateman opening our event at Sony this year,” says Tom Kenny, editor of Mix. “Besides being one of the industry’s top sound designers, supervising sound editors and mixers of the past 40 years, he co-founded Soundelux, one of the most influential sound design and sound technology companies in film sound history. And on a personal level, he was my first big interview as a Mix editor, on The Doors movie back in 1991. He’s genius. And I know he’ll have a lot to say about the state of today’s industry.”
- Tom Kenny, Editor of Mix
Independent and facility-based sound editors, mixers and technologists, working with dialog, effects and music from:
Chief engineers, system integrators and the leading developers in workflow and product development from companies such as:
The leading manufacturers in sound for picture technology from leading major and independent Hollywood studios, including:
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