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Todd-Soundelux Gains the Ear of Re-Recording Mixer Bob Beemer

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Postproduction sound company Todd-Soundelux announced that re-recording mixer Bob Beemer has joined the organization. Beemer, whose recent credits include Last Vegas and Pitch Perfect, recently completed work on The Angriest Man in Brooklyn for director Phil Alden Robinson.

Beemer has been nominated for seven Academy Awards, winning on four occasions in recognition for his work on Dreamgirls (2007), Ray (2005), Gladiator (2000) and Speed (1995).

“Today’s sound professionals are faced with a relentlessly advancing motion picture industry,” said Beemer. “We must provide a safe and stable environment for filmmakers to complete their creative process, while keeping current with technology and business trends. This requires teamwork. Where I mix a film makes an enormous difference in balancing this challenge. The fellow creative people, the facilities and the management team make all the difference in how effectively and efficiently I help filmmakers. Because I have known much of the staff at Todd-Soundelux for so long, I am happy to join this group. I know that any filmmaker I work with will have the same peace of mind I do with the outstanding resources, technology, talent and support Todd-Soundelux provides.”

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