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Scott Glassgold is a Manager and Producer with well over a decade of experience. After getting his start at New Line Cinema and Disney, Scott Founded Ground Control, an innovative Management, and Production company. From there, he’s gone on to nurture several short films and initial ideas to final feature films – such as Prospect and The Beyond.
Recently Scott has driven several high-profile deals like his recent 7 figure sale of ”My Wife and I Bought a Ranch” to Netflix,
Alex Haralson is a Production Sound Mixer based out of Knoxville, Tennessee. He likes using the Sound Devices 688 mixer/recorder and he also has a MixPre-10 II, Lectrosonics SRc wireless receivers and SMDWB transmitters and Sanken COS-11 lavaliers. For IFB, he uses Lectrosonics IFBT4 and the R1a for client monitoring and camera hops. Alex also likes the Sennheiser 8060 shotgun mic and the AKG Blue Line CK93 Hyper-cardioid. For timecode, Alex likes Betso and Tentacle Sync E for timecode. Check out his website at https://www.sonolocus.com/
Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Way back in January, the great Mark Mangini penned a little blog post outlining some audio tropes that he was hoping to put to rest.
That post inspired some slack threads, facebook posts, and a good general discussion about how we can be more original and creative when tasked with designing sounds and situations that can have quick and easy answers.
In this not-so-serious conversation Mark gets together with Tim, Teresa and René to break down some tropes, spell out some reasons for going there anyway, and maybe…just maybe…we retire the now infamous Wilhelm.
Demonic oppression was the story of this year’s UK horror film showcase – along with female survivorship, identity differences and the dangers of the internet. Hardy survivors Kim Newman, Anton Bitel and Virginie Selavy explore our latest demons in this roundtable post-mortem.
Demonic conspiracies and satanic possession in
👻 For We Are Many (Lawrie Brewster, Andrew Ionides, Brad Watson, Mitch Wilson, Carlos Omar De Leon, Matthan Harris, Dane Keil, Mark Logan; UK)
👻 Porno (Keola Racela, USA)
👻 Ready or Not (Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, USA)
👻 Daniel Isn’t Real (Adam Egypt Mortimer, USA)
👻 The Black String (Brian Hanson, USA)
The slipperiness of truth and safety online in
👻 Death of a Vlogger (Graham Hughes, UK)
👻 Deadcon (Caryn Waechter, USA)
👻 Ghost Killers vs Bloody Mary (Fabrício Bittar, Brazil)
👻 Halloween Party (Jay Dahl, Canada)
👻 The Drone (Jordan Rubin, USA)
Differences of sexuality, class and gender in
👻 Spiral (Kurtis David Harder, Canada)
👻 The Dark Red (Dan Bush, USA)
👻 Satanic Panic (Chelsea Stardust, USA)
👻 The Wind (Emma Tammi, USA)
👻 Criminal Audition (Samuel Gridley, UK)
👻 Why Don’t You Just Die! (Kirill Sokolov, Russia)
Female survivors in
👻 A Good Woman Is Hard to Find (Abner Pastoll, UK)
👻 Feedback (Pedro C. Alonso, Spain/USA)
Parental angst in
👻 Freaks (Zach Lipovsky, Canada)
👻 The Deeper You Dig (Toby Poser & John Adams, USA)
👻 Knives and Skin (Jennifer Reeder, USA)
The monstrous in
👻 Rabid (Jen & Sylvia Soska, Canada)
👻 Depraved (Larry Fessenden, USA)
If you can guess what’s making the mysterious sound you’ll hear at 43 seconds in, you could win up to $1000 worth of sound effects from BOOM Library! Submit your answer in the Mystery Sound Quiz at https://asoundeffect.com/soundquiz – thanks for taking part!
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Summer is here and this week on the Jaw we bust out our trunks and cover our Top 5 “Hot” Movies. Films that feature heat in some way shape or form.
Joining us again is writer, director, filmmaker Jack C. Newell. Jack is currently promoting his latest feature film Monuments which is currently in an arthouse theater run and soon will be available to stream. Monuments is about a young widower who sidesteps grief, loss, and familial dysfunction when he steals his wife’s ashes and sets off on an impulsive odyssey through America’s heartland in the charming new road trip comedy, you should all check it out!
So slather on the sunscreen and set up the lounge chair in the sand, pop in those earbuds and let us tell you about some movies!
4.) The Big Bird Cage
3.) Red Heat
2.) Summer of Sam
1.) An Inconvenient Truth
5.) The Arrival
4.) Chasing Ice
3.) 12 Angry Men
2.) Rear Window
1.) Do the Right Thing
In the exclusive conversation we chat with sound designer and sound supervisor Mark Mangini about the new Pro Sound Effects, Odyssey Creatures library.
Sonify the beasts and critters of your wildest dreams with The Odyssey Collection: Creatures. Add life and energy to any project with characterful animal recordings ranging from rare and exotic to common and domesticated – plus designed beasts and mythical beings.
Create realistic scenes and otherworldly soundscapes with animal sounds from around the globe, including leopard growls, lion roars, horse whinnies, rhinoceros bellows, bird calls, monkey vocals, dog barks, insect swarms and more. This library features thorough coverage of more common creatures like birds, dogs, horses and insects – as well as many obscure animals.
Developed in exclusive collaboration with Academy Award®-winners Mark Mangini & Richard L. Anderson, Odyssey Creatures delivers a huge variety of natural, high-quality, one-of-a-kind animal recordings and masterfully designed creature sounds – so you can stay creative and deliver your best sound.
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I FM 19 juni.
When it comes to film sound, ”Foley Artist” might be the most important job you’ve never heard of. These performers record custom, synchronized sound effects to create the sounds for characters’ footsteps, movements, and much more. It’s exhausting and delicate work, and when it’s done right, the audience doesn’t even notice it’s there. In this episode, we tour the Warner Brothers Foley stage with Foley Artists Alyson Moore and Chris Moriana, and Foley Mixer Darrin Mann.
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