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Disco Destroyer

Wow, one of my favorite pieces that I’ve had the pleasure to work on!  This is one of two pilot pieces hoping to find a network home on which to air.  Love everything about them; the story, the animation & the art direction are all awesome in my book.  I did all of the sound editing and mixing for this piece.  I’d say this was about 3 days of editing and a full day of mixing plus notes from the clients, which were always, “bigger and louder”.  Enjoy!  : )

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The Force Unleashed 2 “Snow” :30

Here is a spot I had the pleasure to do all of the sound editorial, sfx design and mix on.  Dare I refer to a project like this as a “TV” spot anymore as all of this media is used in so many avenues now.  I’m never really sure of the life span of it.  There are  still times that they go to broadcast only.  Although more often than not, the same spots are now used in broadcast, internet sites, large conferences and media events and more.  This can make these projects quite a challenge to mix!   Basically I find that I  have to work to the lowest common denominator.  Which I believe has actually gotten lower since the rise of the internet age.

These days instead of full bandwidth mono with 10 – 12 db of dynamic range playing over a small tv speaker in someones living room.  We now have deal with lossy data compression,  pseudo stereo,  8 – 10 db of dynamic range playing over even smaller laptop speakers with less amplification and in a huge variety of environments!  I have to admit that sometimes we are given the opportunity to mix multiple versions, however more often than not, its a one size fits all scenario.  This being the case, I rarely will limit the frequency output of the final product much.  Rather I let the playback medium itself dictate the response curve.

This spot is one of these one for all versions.  I think it turned out well, however there is plenty of detail that you don’t get on your laptop speakers.  So, if possible, check it out on something larger!  : )

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The Batman

I worked on The Batman, the animated series that aired on The kids WB for 3 series.  I truly loved working on this show, regardless of  how challenging it was.  I was a sound effects editor for this series working with the seasoned pros at Hacienda Post in Los Angeles.  I received 3 Emmys awards, 4 Emmy nominations, and 1 Golden Reel award while editing sound for this show.  Every episode was an adventure and more exciting than the last. … More

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Star Wars: Clone Wars

This was the original Clone Wars series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for which I was the sole sound editor and re-recording mixer.  This series was great fun to work on, not only because I got to work daily with the awesome Star Wars sound effects library created by Ben Burtt but because Genndy and his crew did such an amazing job of creating a super exciting, action packed series.

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