This episode features a great conversation about the ins and outs of sound design in radio and podcasting. Our guest are Dylan Keefe, (Director of Sound Design for RadioLab), Jeff Emtman (Co-Producer of KCRW’s Here Be Monsters), Ann Jones (host and producer of Off Track for Australian Broadcasting Corporation), Dan Powell (Sound Designer for Archive 81 podcast) and Jeremy Bloom (Sound Designer / Technical Producer for WNYC Studios). Between them all, we have a very wide swath of the kinds of radio and podcast content out there. They do everything from audio drama to journalism to documentary to storytelling. We dig in deep on gear, mixing levels, where to get started and lots more.
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.
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.
Daniel Pellerin and Steve Munro have been working together as re-recording engineer and sound designer for nearly 30 years. Together they have worked on indie films, oscar nominees and vehicles for A-list actors – all outside the traditional Hollywood system. In this episode they talk about their careers and work on two recent Adam Egoyan directed films.
In this episode, Rene and Timothy sit down with Ann Kroeber, veteran audio post and field recording professional. Ann tells us of her career path and her work on classic films like the Black Stallion, Dune and others. She also shares some of her techniques used to record animal vocals and her unique SFX service at soundmountain.com.