The Cinema Audio Society will present re-recording mixer Andy Nelson with a career achievement award at the 50th CAS Awards, CAS prexy David E. Fluhr announced on Wednesday. The CAS Career…
Nominated for multiple episodes, "American Horror Story" found subtle ways to tweak its audience.
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Sesame Street” landed a half-dozen wins apiece on Friday night as the Daytime Emmy Creative Arts Awards were handed out in Los Angeles. DeGeneres’ syndie yakker, a…
Sundance Institute and Skywalker Sound announced a formal partnership to allow aspiring directors, composers and sound designers to collaborate on new projects through labs at Skywalker Ranch. The…
"Les Miserables" and "Brave" took top movie honors for sound mixing as the Cinema Audio Society presented its 49th annual awards Saturday night.
"At the end of this show you kind of feel like you were in a fight, but you won," says veteran Grammy mixer John Harris.
Iconic scores for Bond, "Les Mis" required special care
Ask double Oscar nominee Andy Nelson about his sound mixing work on "Les Miserables" or "Lincoln" and he'll tell you about the subtle or even silent moments in both movies that he loves.
Production sound mixer William John Daly, who worked in film and television for 40 years, helping to develop a key innovation in the field and earning credits on projects ranging from Oliver Stone's…
With the unveiling of the Dolby Theater in Hollywood and the release of Pixar's "Brave" tomorrow, pros and the public are getting their first ears-ful of Dolby's new sound format, Atmos.
While movie theaters are under pressure to upgrade to stay ahead of rapidly improving home theater systems, most of their energy has gone to projection, not to sound.