Sound effects, Foley, score, source music, dialog, ADR, backgrounds, field recordings, sample-twisting and electronic morphing—they all contribute to the art and feel of a film or television soundtrack. They are all part of the “sound design.” While much of the discussion during the pandemic has focused on remote collaboration and workflow, a renaissance in sound design has quietly taken place.
In this exclusive expert panel from the Mix Sound for Film & Television event, top music editors, supervising sound editors and sound designers discuss the tools and techniques they employ to create a unified vision for delivery to the re-recording team.
Moderator: Tom Kenny, Mix
Dave Paterson, Supervising Sound Editor
Cheryl Ottenritter, Re-Recording Mixer
Glenfield Payne, Supervising Sound Editor
Mathew Winters, Re-Recording Mixer