What does a Supervising Sound Editor (Film and TV) do? After filming has wrapped, sound effects have been added, the music recorded or licensed, and all cuts and changes have been approved, a movie enters the production stage called picture lock. That's when the supervising sound editor begins the painstaking process of fashioning a final […]Find out more »
An audio professional working in the gaming industry is required to possess not only musical and audio talent but also knowledge and experience with typical game audio workflow. In this webinar we introduce you to the Game Audio industry, covering the many facets of sound production and engineering that are particular to games. Join us […]Find out more »
Working Audio in House of Worship presents some challenges that are different from working in studios and live events in clubs, theatres, arenas and stadiums. Great live sound requires careful planning, the right gear, paying attention, and making the right decisions. This certainly comes into play at complex church services. What differentiates church programs from […]Find out more »
Tune in (zoom in ??) with McDSP founder and CTO Colin McDowell for a chat about jobs in the audio industry from the software/hardware developer side. Not everyone gets to record with amazing artists, mix for film or television, or run a live show. But there is plenty more that needs doing, particularly at […]Find out more »
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Join MDIIO and Justin Gray on September 7 at 1 PM PDT for a webinar on Music Publishing and Royalties