SoundGirls Panel Discussion: Career Paths in Film & TV Post-Production
Interviews & Articles
7 Sound Alternatives to Working for Free
Favorite Foleys Ele Matelan
La La Land’s’ (Female) Sound Team Wants More Women Behind the Camera: Young People “Don’t Even Know These Roles Exist”
La La Land’ sound mixer Ai-ling Lee makes Oscar history with an ‘invisible’ art . . . and car horns
Breaking the Sound Barrier: 4 Top female audio professionals share the secrets of success
Description of different jobs in Post-Production Sound
How to Succeed in Sound Design for Games, Animation and Television – with Anne-Sophie Mongeau & Kate Finan
The industry is smaller than you think’ Grey’s Anatomy re-recording mixer shares thoughts on sound (Karol Urban)
Emmys: ‘Game of Thrones’ Re-recording Mixers Onnalee Blank & Mathew Waters on the Epic “Battle of the Bastards
In the Spotlight… Sophia Hardman, Foley Mixer at Twickenham Studios
In Conversation with Emma Butt
Interview with Sound Editor Lucy Johnstone
Meet Jane Tattersal: Sound Supervisor for Penny Dreadful
Meet Paula Fairfield Sound Designer on Game of Thrones
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound (Midge Costin)
Vickie Sampson reflects on a 40-year sound editing career
- Anna Behlmer on Mixing Sound Effects in Movies
- How to Become a Top Notch Sound Designer with the Team Behind ‘First Man’ (Ai-Ling Lee & Mildred Iatrou Morgan)
- Working Class Audio #195 with Sherry Klein
- Foley With Ele Matelan
The Tonebenders podcast is a resource for anyone involved in post-production sound, with insights on everything from field recording to editing, designing and mixing in the studio. One of their co-hosts is Teresa Morrow, who is a re-recording mixer based in Toronto.
The Right Scuff Podcast
- MPSE has student memberships and the Verna Fields Award and Ethel Crutcher Scholarship for students
- CAS has interviews and articles in their Quarterly Magazine
- CAS has student memberships and the CAS Student Recognition Award
- Glass Elevator is a networking and skill sharing tool for professional women in the industry. It is a free, membership-based international community. Membership grants you access to peer-to-peer career advancement classes, social events, a searchable database of our Member Directory and an internal Avail Check system.
- If you’re interested in sharing your knowledge publicly and help the ongoing issue of industry panels and events with all men, join this list! More on Why All-Male Panels Matter.
Sites about Post-Production Sound
Designing Sound The Art and technique of sound design
Soundworks Collection is dedicated to profiling the greatest and upcoming sound minds from around the world and highlight their contributions. The SoundWorks Collection was created in 2009 by filmmaker Michael Coleman as an online destination that takes you behind the scenes and straight to the dub stage for a look into audio post-production for feature films, video game sound design, and original soundtrack composition.
Sound Libraries for Post-Production & Music
The Acoustic Atlas collects the sounds of Montana and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, along with habitats and species from throughout the Western United States.
You can build your own medieval soundscapes in this interactive website. Based on extensive research on Mystery Plays, it allows you to explore how the plays could have been affected by acoustic changes and sounds.