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  Fiction

An example of using sound to
create "mood change" and tension.

 

Kid (dir. Tom Green)
Role: supervising sound editor
& re-recording mixer
Format: dolby digital (5.1 surround),
dolby stereo & broadcast TV stereo

An example of using sound to
create the environment and space.

 

Kid (dir. Tom Green)
Role: supervising sound editor
& re-recording mixer
Format: dolby digital (5.1 surround),
dolby stereo & broadcast TV stereo

 

An example of three stages in sound:
from a normal holiday in Sunshine,
to sensing something might have gone wrong,
to horror in a bleak forest.

 

Retreat (dir. Tom Green)
Role: supervising sound editor
& re-recording mixer
Format: dolby stereo & broadcast TV stereo

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  Animation

Key words for this soundtrack:
Dark,
humorous,
a feel of pleasure in pain.

Moxie (dir. Stephen Irwin)
Role: sound designer & mixer
Format: stereo

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Key words for this soundtrack:
Character Design
Metaphoric
Atmospheric
Minimalistic
Anti-Climax
Dark
Humerous

Yellow Belly End (dir. Phil Bacon)
Role: supervising sound editor
& re-recording mixer
Format: dolby digital(5.1 surround), dolby stereo
& broadcast TV stereo

Yellow Belly End from Philip Bacon on Vimeo.

 

An example of a busy sequence, when
all the things are happening at the same time.
The soundtrack is to help the audience
to get the most important information
that you want them to get instead of
being overwhelmed by a swamp of sounds.

The Incredible Story of My Grandmother Olive
(dir. Alberto Rodriguez)
Role: supervising sound editor
& re-recording mixer
Format: dolby digital(5.1 surround), dolby stereo
& broadcast TV stereo

I hope you enjoy the film : )

Flowerpot (dir. Rafael Sommerhalder)
Role: re-recording mixer
Format: broadcast TV stereo

Most of the sounds in this soundtrack
are original recordings of mine,
just to give distinctive touches
to the film.

Wolves (dir. Rafael Sommerhalder)
Role: supervising sound editor
& re-recording mixer
Format: stereo mix

An example of work on very tight
schedule. Commercial animation series
designed for mobile phones.

SawDust (dir.Helen Piercy)
Role: sound designer & mixer
Format: stereo mix

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Documentary

In the original material, the lady sang along throughout the song. In the final film, we only wanted her singing for the few moments when we actually see her.

I had to record the band again in sound post-production and weave my recording with the original material. It was a challenge to decide what kind of room I chose to do the recording and where to place the microphone to make a seamless match, as we wasn't able to go back to the original location. At the same time all the environment sounds, the crowds, laughter etc was recreated too.

Together Alone (dir.Lucy Kaye)
Role: supervising sound editor
& re-recording mixer
Format: dolby stereo & broadcast TV stereo

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  Television Show

An example of mixing music through interviews.

The Next Big Thing (dir. Joana Florr
& Sophia Garrido-Prada)
Role: re-recording mixer
Format: broadcast TV stereo

I was given stems of each instruments
recorded live on the spot,
had great fun mixing it.

The Next Big Thing (dir. Joana Florr
& Sophia Garrido-Prada)
Role: re-recording mixer
Format: broadcast TV stereo

 

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Music

This is an EP I recorded and mixed in 2005.

The Jody Grind Composed by Horace Silver

Bye, Bye Blackbird Composed by Mort Dixon and Ray Henderson

Body and Soul Composed by John Green

Recorda-Me Composed by Joe Henderson

The Song is You Composed by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein

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