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Tonebenders is a Sound Design podcast dedicated to covering the worlds of sound editing, field recording and audio post production for film, television and gaming. Through interviews and experiments we delve into everything from foley to plugins. Check us out at www.tonebenderspodcast.com
 
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In this episode Tim & Teresa welcome Rocketman's Picture Editor (Oscar Winner Chris Dickens), Music Editor (Andy Patterson) and Sound Supervisor (Danny Sheehan). They talk about how their departments worked together to create the film's complicated sound scape. The picture had to be edited to match the music, and then the music had to be choppe ...…
 
In this episode Tim sits down with Harry Cohen, Zach Goheen & Leo Marcil to talk about their work on Quentin Tarantino's latest film Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood. They talk about an epic session recording all the cars in the movie, building worlds with sound, the magic of foley and lots more.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
Marc Straight is a composer and sound designer for games, films and live attractions. For the commemoration of our 100th episode, we commissioned Marc to create a new theme for the podcast.In this episode, we break down the sounds and inspirations for the track that came forth.You can buy tonbender at Marc's bandcamp page. https://marcstraight. ...…
 
In this mini episode Tim calls up Benjamin Cook to talk about the work he did to earn his recent Emmy Nomination as Supervising Sound Editor on s1 of Amazon's Jack Ryan series.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
We dig deep into the sound of Season 3 of the HBO series True Detective with Supervising Sound Editor Mandell Winter and Dialog Editor Micah Loken. Both have been nominated for an Emmy for there work on the show and talk about how they got the dialog so smooth and created an unique sonic mood for the series.…
 
In this episode we talk about the unique working relationship between SEAL Team's picture and sound departments during the show's post production. Editors David C. Cook and John Vitale sit down with the series' Supervising Sound Editor Greg Hedgepath and Sound Designer Charles Maynes. They discuss how they collaborate and influence each others ...…
 
Today Teresa, René and Timothy sit down with Dallas Taylor from Defacto Sound. Dallas tells us about his work doing sound for ads, trailers, promos and Docs as well as the process behind his blockbuster podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz. After the interview we play one of our favourite episodes of Dallas' podcast "The Booj"…
 
René and Timothy sit down with Watson Wu to talk about his epic field recording sessions for the game Ring of Elysium. Watson recorded car drops, multiple types of vehicles and lots and lots of guns to create an incredible sound library.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
René and Timothy are joined by the Production Recordist, Dialog Editor and Re-Recording Mixer from Amazon's Marvellous Mrs Maisel. We track every step the dialog takes from the actor's mouths to the final print master. Mathew Price, Sara Stern and Ron Bochar talk us through how they deal with one of the most dialog heavy shows ever produced.…
 
One of our favorite episodes was our first interview with Dave Whitehead.His kind and wise words were inspirational then and they continue to be now. We're dropping that interview in our feed as the last episode before we do the big 100th episode giveaway, so just sit back and let the greatness wash over you.…
 
For part two of our 100 episodes celebration, we invited past guest Peter Albrechtsen back on the show to interview us. Peter talks with Timothy, Teresa and René about how the audio post production community is changing and ways it isn't changing fast enough. We also finally hear Teresa's audio origin story and how she came to be a part of Tone ...…
 
René and Timothy sit down with Shannon Mills, Supervising Sound Editor on Marvel's biggest film yet, Avengers: EndGame. Shannon talks about how he tackles projects with such epic scale, how important his team is and lots more.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
Life Death and a Box of Sound Effects! René, Teresa & Timothy sit down with Mark Mangini to listen to clips sent in by some of our favorite past guests. Ai-Ling Lee, David Whitehead, Erik Aadahl, Ethan Van Der Ryn, John Warhurst, Mildred Iatrou Morgan, Nina Hartstone, Paul Davies, Richard King and Sylvain Bellemare, all contribute stories about ...…
 
In this episode the sound designers behind two of the biggest franchises in the world talk about doing sound for VFX heavy projects. Paula Fairfield, of Game of Thrones, and Nia Hansen, of the Avengers' films, tell us how they plan, prepare, design and then re-design the sounds of dragons and super heroes.…
 
In this Episode Teresa and Timothy head to Montreal to talk with Gavin Fernandes (re-recording mixer) and Martin Pinsonnault (Supervising Sound Editor) about their work on HBO's Big Little Lies, Season 1. They talk about their long time collaboration with series' Director Jean-Marc Vallée, the challenges of working on prestige television projec ...…
 
René, Teresa and Tim all chat with Gary Bourgeois as he takes us through his personal Protools template. Hear what he uses as a starting point when mixing films like Captain America: The First Avenger, Team America: World Police and literally hundreds of other films and TV shows. Really interesting talk with a super interesting guy!…
 
René and Tim talk with Enos Desjardins about his work on the new Netflix film Close, making the jump from indies to a larger budget project and how he approaches sound to influence the audience.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
In this episode we sit down with Paul Davies and talk about his long collaboration creating sound for director Lynne Ramsay’s films. In particular we focus on the amazing sound design on their latest work You Were Never Really Here. We also get a preview of his upcoming talk at the School of Sound International Symposium in London April 24 – 27 ...…
 
We sit down with co-supervising sound editors Nina Hartstone and John Warhurst to talk about their Oscar nominated work on Bohemian Rhapsody. We cover the exhaustive work they did to re-create the concert crowds, music and the world Freddie Mercury and Queen lived in.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
In this episode René talks about his methodology and philosophy for budgeting for personal gear, and then does some shootout tests with an MXL 440 microphone he modded with a capacitor upgrade.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
In this episode Timothy checks in with Erik Aadahl and Ethan Van der Ryn to congratulate them on their Oscar Nomination in Sound Editing for "A Quiet Place". They also talk about their amazing a year of work in 2018. In addition to "A Quiet Place", they Sound Supervised "Christopher Robin", "Bumblebee" and "The Meg", four completely different f ...…
 
In this episode we talk with Andrew Stirk about the sound work he did as the Sound Supervisor and re-recording engineer, on the recent film "A Private War". We discuss the films gritty, almost documentary-like approach to sound and the times when they threw the realism out the window to create impactful moments in the story.…
 
In this episode we have 3 different interviews with members of the sound team for Mary Poppins Returns. First up is the film's dialog and music re-recording mixer Mike Prestwood Smith, followed by the Supervising-Sound Editor Reneé Tondelli and then effects and foley re-recording mixer Michael Keller. They all have fascinating stories on how th ...…
 
Mildred Iatrou Morgan & Ai-Ling Lee sit in with us for this episode. They were the co-supervising sound editors on Damien Chazelle's recent film First Man. They talk about the epic challenge of bringing this film to life, knowing so much of the plot uniquely depends on sound to tell the story of the first moon landing.…
 
Host Timothy goes for a frozen, snowy walk in the woods while recalling some of DesigningSound.org's best content, why the site was/is so important to the audio community and how much it will be missed.Go to http://tonebenderspodcast.com/088-thoughts-on-designingsoundorg/ to find links to a bunch of Timothy's favourite articles from DS over the ...…
 
What does it take to make a career in sound post-production? In this episode we listen in on a panel discussion hosted by Soundgirls.org, with 5 talented audio-post pros: Onnalee Blank (Re-Recording: Mixer Game of Thrones, If Beale Street Could Talk), Karol Urban (Re-Recording Mixer: Grey’s Anatomy, New Girl), Kate Finan (Supervising sound edit ...…
 
Richard King is a 4 time Oscar Winner for Sound Editing (actually nominated 6 times!) and a giant in the film sound world. He sits down with Timothy to talk about his work on Dunkirk, what it is like to work with Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer and many of the other amazing films he has been a part of. Great talk!…
 
In this episode Timothy and René sit down with the sound team behind the new Emmy nominated documentary “Dreaming of a Jewish Christmas”. The film tells the story of how Jewish songwriters are responsible for so many of the best-loved Christmas tunes. Set in a Chinese restaurant on Christmas Day, the tale unfolds using a combination of musical ...…
 
In mid 2018 sound recordist Bret Johns decided to launch a kickstarter that would send him to Thailand on a mission to record a variety of elephants that would turn into a pretty spectacular library launch. We enthusiastically backed it, and when the time was right we caught up with Bret to hear the sounds and talk about the adventure.Elephants ...…
 
Teresa and Timothy visit Montreal to sit down in person with the sound team behind the ground breaking and award winning film Arrival from director Denis Villeneuve. Re-Recording Mixer Bernard Gariépy Strobl and Supervising Sound Editor Sylvain Bellemare tell us about the way they brought the soundtrack of the film to new heights. This is a gre ...…
 
We talk with Joseph Fraioli about his work on the new science fiction film "Kin" by directors Jonathan and Josh Baker. Joseph tells us about how he created an alien language and the sounds of the mysterious gun at the heart of the film. He also discusses how he uses modular synths in his sound design and how he worked with a sound team spread o ...…
 
In this episode Timothy goes to Foley One's studios for an in person interview with Steve Baine (foley artist), Peter Persaud (mixer), Gina Wark (editor) and Rocky (studio dog) to talk about their work on the recent hit film A Quiet Place. We also talk about other films they have worked lately on including The Shape of Water and Mother! Fun tal ...…
 
Timothy René and Teresa open up the mailbag and answer some questions from listeners. We tackle how directors can find a good match with a sound designer, how to find the sonic voice of an animated project, and how edits done in a home studio can best translate to mix stages.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
Timothy and Teresa were recently in Montreal and gathered some of the city's top SFX recordists and curators to sit down and talk with us. We discuss every aspect of the process of releasing a SFX library for sale, from initially recording the sounds all the way to metadata and distribution strategies. If you were ever thinking about putting ou ...…
 
In this episode Timothy and co-host Teresa Morrow talk with Perter Albrechtsen about his work on the new film Generation Wealth. Peter discusses the challenges this documentary presented as well as lots of other projects from his long an acclaimed career in sound.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
In this episode Timothy sits down with Skip Lievsay in his personal studio at Warner Brothers New York. Skip waxes eloquently about finding a film's "sound", the differences between working in LA and NYC, and a career spent working on some of the best films of the last 30 years.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
Tim and René sit down with Colin Hart from Hartfx.com and Tilman and Emil from Tonsturm.com to discuss planning and executing the recordings of dangerous things.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
In this episode we gather some of the busiest and best dialog editors working in film and TV today. We talk to Jill Purdy, Claire Pochon, Fred Rosenberg and Michael Maroussas about their workflows, triumphs, pet peeves and lots more. Collectively these are the architects behind the dialog tracks on some of the greatest movies of the last 30+ years.…
 
Erik Aadahl & Ethan Van der Ryn sit down with us to talk about the incredible sound design work they did on the new film "A Quiet Place". Heads Up - Contains mild spoilers!By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
In this episode we sit down with Nicholas Renbeck for a talk about what it is like to be working as a freelance Sound Supervisor in New York City. We go in depth on his recent Golden Reel and Emmy award winning work for the HBO series “The Night of” as well as other projects he has worked on in his long career. Thanks to C5 Sound for letting us ...…
 
René picked up some Rode NT5-O omni capsules for his (dormant) pair of NT5s recently, and produced a pretty deep dive into the recordings he's made while exploring them recently. here are some pics. https://www.flickr.com/photos/123677612@N02/albums/72157690362222272By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
Here's an ep in which René takes a walk in the neighborhood with an SM7b to discuss a recent custom installation project he worked on.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
In this episode René and Timothy sit down with Tim Farrell to talk about his 5 seasons working on the series Walking Dead as well as his latest gig as Sound Designer on the new Star Trek: Discovery series. We discuss techniques on how to keep long term jobs fresh and challenging as well as lots of other (hopefully!) interesting topics.…
 
René and Timothy take a crack at answering questions sent in by listeners. Topics range from how to tackle a short film if you are doing it all yourself, best ways to find freelance work outside of the big post audio centers, google alerts for field recording and more.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
In this episode Teresa and Timothy talk with Mark Mangini about some of the great films he has worked on (5th Element, Mad Max: Fury Road, BladeRunner 2049), and his thoughts on the sound departments role in the film making process.Mark also has a new SFX library called The Odyssey Collection that you can get now.…
 
In this episode we sit down with legendary New York based re-recording mixer Tom Fleischman on his mixing stage at Soundtrack F/T in Manhattan. Teresa Morrow sits in as host and talks to Tom about his 40 year career mixing some of the greatest american films ever made including Serpico, Silence of The Lambs, Goodfellas, Hugo (for which he won a ...…
 
Paul and Rene sit down and discuss the new Sound Devices mixpre 3 and 6, and they wax philosophical about the thought process you go through when buying and learning new gear.By Tonebenders Podcast.
 
To celebrate the podcast's 5 year anniversary, we take a walk down memory lane and play clips from interviews of some of our favourite past guests on the show. Our new robot assistant 85T4X takes over the hosting duties, so Timothy and René can take a break. Shoot us a message on Twitter (@tonebenderspodcast) or our Facebook group and let us kn ...…
 
In this episode we talk to some authors of recent pro audio related books. David Weiss tells us about the brand new book he co-wrote called "Music Supervision: The Complete Guide To Selecting Music for Movies, TV, Games & New Media". Damian Kastbauer checks in with his two part tome "Game Audio: Tales of a Technical Sound Designer". Jay Rose, a ...…
 
In this episode we pass the podcast over to George Vlad and Daan Hendricks who tell us all about their trip to a field recording workshop in Mmabolela Reserve, Limpopo, South Africa. They discuss everything from the planning and preparations, getting from their homes in Europe to this remote location, and the gear they used (and how it held up ...…
 
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