MIX - September 2016 - Fantasy Film Center: LEGENDARY BERKELEY FACILITY IS BACK IN THE GAME

MIX - September 2016 - Fantasy Film Center: LEGENDARY BERKELEY FACILITY IS BACK IN THE GAME

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MIX-2016-9 - FANTASY FILM CENTER: LEGENDARY BERKELEY FACILITY IS BACK IN THE GAME  

This month, MIX talks to Fantasy Film Center resident producer/studio director Jeffrey Wood about the history, rebirth and renovation of the film center…In our special Sound For Picture section, we have profiles on composer Charlie Clouser and supervising sound editor Michael O’Farrell; we talk to the sound teams behind the movie Sing Street and the TV show Preacher; foley artists Leslie Bloome and Gary Hecker and foley mixer Colin Rogers discuss how foley adds detail and texture to film and TV; and we’ve got a guide to new tools for sound-for-picture…In the Music Section, we talk to Glass Animals frontman and producer b and engineer Matt Wiggins about recording the band’s latest album, How To Be a Human Being; and producer Wes Sharon discusses his career, studio setup, and work with up-and-coming Americana artists…In the Live section, we’ve got a tour profile of The Lumineers and an All Access pass to Keith Urban’s ripCORD world tour. This month’s Classic Track tells the story behind The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s “An American Dream.” 

 

The September Regional section focuses on the Pacific Northwest, featuring news from Robert Lang Studios in Shoreline, Wash. and Orbit Audio in Seattle, as well as session news from Synergy Productions (Seattle), Electrokitty Recording Studio (Seattle), Black Diamond Studios (Portland, Ore.), Mixed Metaphor Recording (Boise, Idaho), The Hallowed Halls (Portland, Ore.), London Bridge Studio (Shoreline, Wash.), and The Tonic Room (Boise, Idaho). 

 

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