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“Dune” and “Encanto” topped the winners at the 58th CAS Awards for outstanding achievement in sound mixing.

Other winners included “Mare of Easttown,” while “Summer of Soul (Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)” took home the awards for Motion Pictures: Documentary, and “Ted Lasso” scooped Television Series — Half Hour.

As previously announced, Paul Massey received the CAS Career Achievement Award, and Ridley Scott was honored with the CAS Filmmaker Award.

Massey, unable to attend in-person, accepted the award virtually. However, his mother Bernice,  flew in from England to accept his award, alongside his son Sean. “Paul’s father and I knew from a very early age he was going to revolve around music. He was that kind of a kid. He could hear the nuances in the sound of music,” said Bernice Massey in a heartfelt introduction. “I am his mum and. I am totally in awe of my son. The dearest privilege I have is the gift of knowing you.”

Scott also accepted his award remotely sending in a video message thanking his sound team. The filmmaker is on location filming “Napoleon” starring Joaquin Phoenix.

These wins add momentum to the best sound Oscar category, which now combines sound mixing and sound editing. Last year, “Sound of Metal” won best motion picture – live-action and went on to take home the best sound Oscar. It remains to be seen if “Dune” will maintain its momentum as the sound frontrunner, and take home gold at the 94th Academy Awards next weekend.

The 58th annual Cinema Audio Society awards was hosted by Kirsten Vangsness and held at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown.

Full list of winners below.

Motion Pictures: Live-Action

Production Mixer: Mac Ruth CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: Ron Bartlett CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: Douglas Hemphill CAS
Scoring Mixer: Alan Meyerson CAS
ADR Mixer: Tommy O’Connell
Foley Mixer: Don White

Motion Pictures: Animated

Original Dialogue Mixer: Paul McGrath CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: David E. Fluhr CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: Gabriel Guy CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: David Boucher CAS
Scoring Mixer: Alvin Wee
ADR Mixer: Doc Kane CAS
Foley Mixer: Scott Curtis

Motion Pictures: Documentary

“Summer of Soul (Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)”
Re-Recording Mixer: Paul Hsu
Re-Recording Mixer: Roberto Fernandez CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: Paul Massey CAS

Non-Theatrical Motion Pictures or Limited Series

“Mare of Easttown” Ep6 Sore Must Be The Storm
Production Mixer: Richard Bullock
Re-Recording Mixer: Joseph DeAngelis CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: Chris Carpenter

Television Series: One Hour

“Yellowstone” S4 Ep1 Half the Money
Production Mixer: Andrejs Prokopenko
Re-Recording Mixer: Diego Gat CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: Samuel Ejnes CAS
ADR Mixer: Michael Miller CAS
ADR Mixer: Chris Navarro CAS

Television Series: 1/2 Hour

“Ted Lasso” S2 Ep5 Rainbow
Production Mixer: David Lascelles AMPS
Re-Recording Mixer: Ryan Kennedy
Re-Recording Mixer: Sean Byrne CAS
ADR Mixer: Brent Findley CAS MPSE
ADR Mixer: Jamison Rabbe
Foley Mixer: Arno Stephanian CAS MPSE


“Television Non-Fiction, Variety or Music – Series or Specials”

“The Beatles Get Back:”Part 3
Production Mixer: Peter Sutton (D)
Re-Recording Mixer: Michael Hedges CAS
Re-Recording Mixer: Brent Burge
Re-Recording Mixer: Alexis Feodoroff
Music Mixer: Sam Okell
Foley Mixer: Michael Donaldson

Outstanding Product – Production

Shure Incorporated: Axient Digital ADX5D Dual-Channel Wireless Receiver

Outstanding Product – Post Production

Dolby Laboratories: Dolby Atmos Renderer 3.7

Student Recognition Award Finalists

SRA Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Lily Adams
Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning Bernice Chu
Chapman University Lindsey Ellis
Universidade Lusofona Shehryar Khan
Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Chapman University Karthik Vijaymohan