Editor's Note: Mixing and Matching in L.A.

Jul 9, 2010, By Tom Kenny, Editorial Director

Things really do come together in Los Angeles. New York has broadcast and Broadway and music and energy. Nashville has the players, the studios, the tradition and the soul. But Los Angeles has everything in entertainment like no other place on Earth. ...

SFP: 'Robin Hood'

May 21, 2010, By Mel Lambert

“It’s going to need a lot of work,” acknowledges dialog/music re-recording mixer Paul Massey, as he turns from the screen in the Cary Grant Theater on Sony Pictures’ Culver City lot to face other members of the sound and picture crew. ...

Tech's Files: Do You Hear What I Hear?

Mar 31, 2010, By Eddie Ciletti

Broadcast audio signal chained examined and explained by Mix colunnist Eddie Ciletti ...

TV on the 'Fringe'

Mar 30, 2010, By Matt Hurwitz

Parallel universes. Cryonics. Mind control. Clairvoyance. Mutations. Bald-headed Observers. What do these things sound like? Figuring that out and bringing them to life is the weekly challenge for the sound design team behind J.J. Abrams’ hit Fox series Fringe....

Editor's Note: The Things We Learn From Television

Mar 30, 2010, By Tom Kenny, Editorial Director

During a break in rehearsals in the midst of Grammy week, Joel Singer, co-owner and chief tech of Music Mix Mobile, said to me, “We don’t really do music anymore. We do music for television.” ...

Turner Networks Tom Sahara Q&A

Mar 30, 2010, By Tom Kenny

The biggest issue we have is education—getting the workforce that really knows about putting 5.1 together and creating workflow tools to get the job done. Technically, mixing desks now have 5.1 capability, most of the gear has it as an option...

Could The Hurt Locker Take Sound Oscars?

Mar 1, 2010, By Blair Jackson

Six months ago, it looked as though The Hurt Locker, though critically acclaimed, would go down in history as yet another Iraq war film that didn’t perform at the box office and be forgotten. But then something extraordinary happened. Critic after critic put it on their year-end “Best of 2009” lists and the film started to gain new momentum. Everyone, it seemed, loved that film and it just wouldn’t go away. ...

Tech's Files: Start Your Engines

Mar 1, 2010, by Eddie Ciletti and Damian Kastbauer

I have a friend whose business card reads, If I don't know it, I know someone who does. That's my story in this edition of Tech's Files. My friend and...

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