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Mix Presents Sound for Film: And the Award Goes To… LOVE & MERCY

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Mix Presents Sound for Film: And the Award Goes To…

LOVE & MERCY

The Brian Wilson biopic, which went into great period detail in re-creating the studio sessions for Pet Sounds, grabs you with the original tone and sounds of the Beach Boys, but brings a whole lot more in terms of detail and authenticity for the sounds of the late 1960s, from telephones to vehicles. Engineer Mark Linett, who has worked for years on Beach Boys projects, served as a consultant in re-creating the technologies and techniques that took place at Western Studios during the heyday of modern recording. The sessions were recorded live by the production sound team. They come for the music, then stay for the film.

Director: Bill Pohlad

Movie Studio: Roadside Attractions

Sound Re-Recording Facility: 

Re-Recording Mixers: Chris Jenkins, Eugene Gearty

Assistant Re-Recording Mixers: Josh Berger, Ian Gafney-Rosenfeld

Sound Designer: Eugene Gearty

Supervising Sound Editor: Nicholas Renbeck

Sound Editorial: Eric Potter, sound effects recording mixer; Samuel Miille, assistant sound editor; Patrick Christensen, ADR mixer; Sean Heissinger, ADR mixer; Ruth Hernandez, ADR editor; Steven Visscher, supervising Foley editor; Mark A Costanzo, Foley artist; Mark Agostino, Pro Tools playback mixer; 

Production Sound Mixer: Edward Tise

Music By: Atticus Ross

Music Scoring Mixer: Michael Patterson, Doug Trantow

Music Editor: Nicholas Renbeck

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