The Cinema Audio Society (CAS) and the Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) have announced that they’re teaming up to co-present a virtual event this Saturday, November 20, called The Sounding Board. V1.0 of this presumably recurring event will be “A virtual discussion about the practical, creative, and technical art of sound for picture.”
The Sounding Board v1.0 is the latest in a series of virtual free and open-to-the-public events exploring the practical, technical, and creative aspects of sound for picture. Participants will glean insider information about how the pros create optimal sound for major motion pictures.
10 AM PT: Beyond the Q & A: HUGO
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the award-winning sound department for HUGO looks back and discusses the wins and pitfalls that helped shape the outstanding soundtrack of this fantastic tale.
Moderator: Peter Albrechtsen CAS and MPSE. Featuring: Tom Fleischman CAS, re-recording mixer; John Midgley CAS, production sound mixer; Eugene Gearty, supervising sound editor / sound designer / sound effects editor; George A. Lara CAS, foley mixer; Marko Costanzo, foley artist
11:20 AM PT: Parade of Carts, Bags & Rigs
CAS sound mixers and MPSE sound effects field recordists provide tours of their equipment and discuss techniques and tips for capturing some of the best sound in the business.
Moderator: Philip Palmer CAS. Featuring: Brett Grant Grierson CAS; Matthew Cameron CAS; Charlie Campagna; Marcos A. Contreras; Matthias Richter CAS
12:45 PM PT: Between the Ears
What does it take both on and off the job to foster creative decision making, problem solving, and interpersonal politics to best serve the sonic throughline of any production?
Moderator: Gary Bourgeois CAS. Featuring: Craig Henighan CAS and MPSE; Alyson Dee Moore; Alex Gibson; Lee Orloff CAS
WHO: Cinema Audio Society (CAS) and Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE)
WHAT: The Sounding Board v1.0 — A virtual discussion about the practical, creative, and technical art of sound for picture
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021, 10 AM to 2 PM Pacific Time
ADMISSION: Free and open to the public
HOW: Registration is required HERE.