Films-TV

The Chamber of Secrets

by Blair Jackson | Jan 01, 2003

In the year since Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was released, it has gone on to become the second highest-grossing film of all time. Much of the all-British sound team who worked on...

Avast and Away!

by Maureen Droney | Jan 01, 2003

Disney magic still manages to bring out the kid in everybody, including the veteran creative and production personnel for the animated feature Treasure

Blue Men in Vegas

COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY | Jan 01, 2003

Blue Man Group and Virgin Entertainment Group have designed and created a custom DVD booth that showcases the 5.1 mix of their Grammy-nominated debut

Shift_Record

COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY | Jan 01, 2003

Finally, a commercial that audiophiles can get behind. In the new Nissan Altima commercial, DJs Ming+FS (www.mingandfs.com) portray an experimental production

Scoring Two Towers With A/V SAN

COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY | Jan 01, 2003

Grammy Award-winning music engineer David Gleeson, scoring engineer John Kurlander and systems expert Mark Wilsher put the finishing touches on Howard

GANGS of New YORK

By Blair Jackson | Dec 01, 2002

Director Martin Scorsese is back on New York City's Mean Streets. No, it's not Little Italy, where much of the action in his critically lauded breakthrough

ZOMBIE, CORPSES AND ADR, OH MY!

COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY | Nov 01, 2002

Widget Post (Culver City, Calif.) recently finished up a comprehensive sound package for Rob Zombie's gothic horror film, House of 1000 Corpses, in its

NMT ADDS TO ITS FLEET

COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY | Nov 01, 2002

COMPANY TO MANAGE TWO TRUCKS National Mobile Television president Jerry Gepner announced that NMT and Location Solutions by Keslow Television have entered

Paramount Scoring Stage M

By Chris J. Walker | Oct 01, 2002

Despite an increasing number of productions going out of state and abroad, Southern California is still a filmmaking hub. When it comes to scoring, producers

SOUNDS OF NATURE 24/7

COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY | Oct 01, 2002

Last month, the CBC began to broadcast continuous natural soundscape recordings on its Galaxie pay-audio service channels. Eighteen of these recordings

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