Archive for the ‘Film’ Category

AudioNowcast June 15, 2009 episode 68

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009

Scott Gershin talks about his sound effects work on Star Trek.

topics included:

Making noise and other sonic greatness, How much time did he have to design all that, do you deliver in stereo or 5.1, remixing and why Rob is so huge in Japan (hint: he sold millions of his remixes there) Bill takes use through the different kinds of remixes, How to do it, and some of the rules you need to follow, should you even try to get into audio now, is there age discrimination in the industry, and some of our fantastic failures (that could have been the whole show) plus a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our Myspace and Facebook page.

AudioNowcast July 15, 2007 episode 32

Sunday, July 15th, 2007

Everyone is there for yet another show and we answer some listeners questions.

topics included:

Apple Soundtrack Pro or is it? Software testing do you really want to try a beta on that project? Why you don’t want to be on the cutting edge, stories of triumph and victory, Bobby plays with electricity, Rob plays with electricity, Scotts Godzilla sound effects suprise, Martin’s work with Earth Wind and Fire and how a small move saved a song, How to get into film composing and why its so hard, why success kills creativity and some careers and a whole lot more. If you have a question or comment you can reach us at thanks for listening.

AudioNowcast June 25, 2007 episode 31

Monday, June 25th, 2007

Michael Davis writer and director of Shoot ‘Em Up was our guest.

topics included:

Bobby and his Emmy experience, Pro Tools 7.3 gets another nod of approval, fantastic stories of failures, flops and other disasters, like the PA going out with Martin in front of thousands of people, Michael talks about how he got his movie made and why these animated clips (via played a big role, Scott talks about designing sound for Shoot ‘Em up and Michael talks about working with a sound designer, why we can’t tease Bobby anymore (I’m going to miss that) and a whole lot more. Thanks for listening and check out our Myspace page.