Posts tagged ‘Sound Mixing’
– Sound Editing/Design, Post Sound Mix, Soundtrack Mastering –
A very adult, feature-length look at D.I.Y. adult content creators.
• Watch / Listen:
The full film (definitely mature content/NSFW) can be watched (for free) over at the Very Ape website.
• Soundtrack (Selections):
-Post Production Sound Mix-
In December 2013, I mixed a series of spots for Shell Rotella motor oil.
Below, you can see one of the 0:30 spots from the campaign.
-Post Production Sound Editing, Design & Mix-
Sean Dunne’s debut feature-length documentary, “Oxyana” is an intimate portrait of a small West Virginian town that has been fighting a losing battle with addiction to prescription pills.
“Oxyana” was selected to premiere in the World Documentary competition at the 2013 TriBeCa Film Festival on April 19th, 2013. It went on to win the prize for Best New Documentary Director as well as a Special Jury Mention for Best Documentary.
It has since aired (in edited form) on the PBS show ‘America Reframed’
The full, unedited film can be watched (for free) over at the Very Ape website.
Press Links/Further Reading:
-Mixing, Sound Design-
History Channel’s new drama, “Vikings” premiered in March 2013 to critical acclaim and strong ratings (a second season of the show was quickly announced). Throughout the launch, I mixed a variety of spots and promo material for the a show – including pieces for Direct TV, a presentation for Wondercon 2013, and 18 interstitial behind-the-scenes clips that aired with the show.
Here is one of the interstitials, featuring show creator Michael Hirst:
And here is one of the Direct TV spots:
– Mixing –
For its two most popular shows, History Channel created a joint promotional campaign at the end of 2011, producing documentary-style spots that showcased the stars of both “Pawn Stars” and “American Pickers” interacting with their fans on the streets of Las Vegas. For this project, I handled audio-post duties on deliverables for a variety of outlets (broadcast, web, and cinema). Below, you can watch the 2:00 cinema spot that played as part of NCM’s “First Look” program.