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MPSE to Host Avid Cloud Collaboration Demonstration on May 10

Motion Picture Sound Editors' 'Sound Advice' Event Will Be Held at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, Calif.

The Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE), based in Studio City, Calif., will host an event titled “Sound Advice: Pro Tools 12.5 Avid Cloud Collaboration,” a special event for MPSE members, on May 10, 2016, beginning at 8 p.m. at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California. Held in partnership with Sony Pictures Post Production Services and Avid, the event will include a technical overview and demonstration of Avid’s new Cloud Collaboration functionality, which allows editors and mixers to effortlessly collaborate on Pro Tools projects.

Avid will also present a technology preview of new editorial features under development.

Free to MPSE members, the event will take place in Sony Pictures Studios’ historic Cary Grant Theatre (pictured), and will feature presentations by Avid VP of Audio Products, Tim Carroll; Product Design Lead Ryan Wardell; Market Solutions Manager Tom Graham; and Application Specialist Jeff Komar.

A new offering from MPSE, Sound Advice is a series of technical demonstrations from vendors that support the craft of sound. They are designed to provide MPSE members with the chance to learn about new and interesting sound technologies. Other Sound Advice events will feature panel discussions with sound artists discussing hot industry topics or the production of soundtracks for specific projects. The events will encompass features, television, gaming and animation.  

“We are creating opportunities for members to learn about different areas of sound and improve their skills and expertise,” says MPSE President Tom McCarthy. “We also want our members to have input on new technologies before they are released.”

MPSE members may RSVP for this event by sending an email to [email protected].

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Available on demand from Mix magazine and Avid: A free Webinar, ‘Get Yourself Connected—Discover Cloud Collaboration for Pro Tools.’