In this Episode Timothy talks with Rich Van Dyke, production sound mixer and master raconteur. Rich’s credits include American Beauty, 3;10 to Yuma, Crash, Moonlighting and countless others. He has great stories of the films he has worked on, how he got started and the gear he uses.
In this episode we sit down with sound designers Ethan Van der Ryn and Erik Aadahl to talk about their esteemed careers, working philosophies and many of the films they have worked on in the past few years.
In ep 32 we breakdown a method for executing a multimic record session with just one mic, we do a postmortem on the recording of the implosion of a Xerox building, and we do another great giveaway, this time in collaboration with soundsnap.com
If you are not familiar with www.designingsound.org make sure you head there ASAP and read everything they have. Each month the site picks a theme and ask the audio community to contribute articles, ideas and experiments that fit the theme. In the past our podcast has regularly timed episodes to match up with the DS themes. For January 2015 the theme was “Education”, specifically in relation to professional audio. Our most recent episode, #31, was part of this theme as we interviewed Brenda Jaskulske from the University of North Texas.
Additionally both of the hosts on Tonebenders wrote articles that are featured on the site as well. René wrote about different types of learning, and Timothy shared some thoughts on the future of Internships in Audio Post.
Please head over to DesigningSound.org to check them out.
In ep 31 we talk with Brenda Jaskulske from the University of North Texas. We had a great time and covered all things, education, learning and teaching in the field of audio.
Brenda is the audio coordinator and senior lecturer in the department of media arts at the University of North Texas.
Starting as an on-air personality at age 16, Brenda became Program Director and Operations manager of a top rated radio station by age 22. After graduating with a degree in Mass Communications from Midwestern State University, she worked as a television producer, videographer, and editor.