2017 Golden Reel Nominations

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I was going through the list of nominations for the MPSE Golden Reel Awards today.  I realized that many of the fantastic people nominated this year, are also past (or future) guests of our podcast.  René and I want to send a big congratulations to everyone who was nominated, but especially to the awesome people who have taken time to appear on Tonebenders over the years.  Below is a list of current nominees, what they are nominated for and the episode of our podcast they appeared on.  Good luck to all at the ceremony!

Kate Finan – FUTURE-WORM! Tonebenders EPS 46 

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Dustin Cawood – SING   Tonebenders Eps 5

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Dave Whitehead – THE ARRIVAL   Tonebenders Eps 27

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Nia Hansen – CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR and DOCTOR STRANGE Eps 55 (coming soon!)

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Warren Hendriks – DEADPOOL    Tonebenders Eps 50

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Andy Malcolm & Goro Koyama – A BEAUTIFUL PLANET Eps 23

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Jeff Shiffman – ALBERT and TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Tonebenders Eps 50

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Nicholas Renbeck – THE NIGHT OF      Coming Soon!

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053 – Phil Stockton & The Sound of “Silence”

Phil Stockton is a long time Sound-Supervisor based in New York City. In this episode we talk to him about the work he did on Martin Scorsese’s new film “Silence”. Lots of effort went into creating the soundscape of this story that takes place 400 years ago. As a bonus we start off with a quick hit of Tom Fleischman’s experience as the re-recording mixer of the film.

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Phil Stockton with his Oscar for Hugo (Sound Editing)

LINKS:

Phil Stockton’s IMDB

Tom Fleischman’s IMDB 

052 – Pete Lee

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Pete Lee is a location recordist that specializes in recording in extreme environments. He has recorded on volcanos and the frozen tundra, in rain soaked jungles, steep mountain sides and alligator filled swamps just name a few. As Bear Grylls’ go to sound man Pete has travelled the world with a mic on his shoulders. He has some great gear advice and crazy stories – so listen up!

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Show Links:

Pete Lee’s website (go check it out for all the awesome pics of the places he has been!)

Follow Adventure Film Collective online:

051 – Remembering Patrick

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I love this picture of Patrick as a young(er) man out in the world with his recording gear.

Patrick Spence-Thomas was a pioneer in the audio post world and also a mentor to co-host Timothy’s early years in the business. In this episode you get some stories about what a great guy Patrick was and then Timothy shares a holiday message Patrick left us before he passed away.

050 – Stories of Audio Glory!

For Our 50th episode we reached out to our listeners and some industry veterans to tell us about their best days on the job.  We have over an hour of tales about audio awesome-ness.

Special Thanks to Pro Sound Effects and The Recordist for donating great prizes for people who contributed to this episode.

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Links to Guests featured in this episode:
Warren Hendriks’ IMDB and here is The Crawl podcast episode he is featured on
Abby Savage’s IMDB and where she works at Dig it Audio
Robert Hein’s IMDB and where he works at Harbor Post 
Jeremy Bloom’s website
Jeff Shiffman’s IMDB and his company Boom Box Post
Michael O’Conner’s IMDB and his company Audio Shade
Tom Fleischman’s IMDB and the place he works at Soundtrack FT 

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