Recently I’ve been assisting with audio post on the feature film “The Soviet Sleep Experiment”, directed by Barry Andersson and premiering this Friday 10/18, 5:10 PM at Twin Cities Film Festival. I engineered and edited some of the ADR, as well as filling in some Foley, sound effects editing, and atmospheric ambience for mixer Jonathan Siri Mohs. From the spreadsheet of requests from the dialog editor, I noticed that a lot of screaming and other loud/ harsh vocalizations were needed. So I set up a more easily “punished” dynamic mic in the booth alongside the usual boom, so I could flip back and forth between them as needed. Turned out to be a good plan. Looking forward to hearing how it all worked out in the mix.
Pleased to see that a musical composition of mine recently placed on “When TV Stars Go Horribly Wrong”, broadcast on Channel 5 in the UK.
Did a fun little audio editing job for the Minnesota Timberwolves the other day. The work just keeps on dribbling in. Get it? I can explain it if you don’t get it.