We are honored to have an amazing panel of award-winning re-recording mixers from the Cinema Audio Society joining us for a comparative discussion of workflow and social dynamics as it relates to mixing alone in a post audio environment or as part of a mix team on a dub stage. Both carry the same mission, so what are the advantages and disadvantages of each for the mixer, the project, and the client? Find out at our last meeting of the year!
Moderator and Panelists:
(Moderator) Karol Urban CAS, MPSE, NATAS is a re-recording mixer for television and film. She is an involved member of her community, having served on the Television Academy's Governor's Peer Group for Sound Mixing, organized events for The LA Sound Group, and is serving as President of the Cinema Audio Society. Credits include: Grey’s Anatomy and The Stand.
Bob Bronow CAS is a re-recording mixer working in television, film and radio for more than thirty years. He has received three Primetime Emmy Awards, four CAS Award wins and two MPSE Golden Reels. He currently serves on the Cinema Audio Society's Board of Directors. Projects include: Cruel Summer and Deadliest Catch.
Shaun Cunningham CAS is a re-recording mixer specializing in animation sound. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Shaun began his career recording and mixing music before making his way into post production audio. Shaun is currently the re-recording mixer for Family Guy and American Dad.
Jonathan Wales CAS moved to LA from London to work as a re-recording mixer. After working at Universal Studios, Jonathan’s passion for sound and technology led to the creation of Sonic Magic - a leading independent facility. Jonathan then moved to Warner Bros. Projects include: Get Out and The Black Phone.
Mathew Waters CAS is a 6 time Emmy winner and 6 time CAS winner as a re-recording mixer. Some of his recent credits include: Game of Thrones and Only Murders in the Building.