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January 19, 2016 at 6:40 AM #89082nsavidesParticipant
Larry Blake is an Emmy-winning sound editor and mixer in New Orleans. He has been supervising the post-production sound on Steven Soderberghâ€™s films since 1989, when sex, lies, and videotape came out.
Over 25 years later their collaboration is still going strong. Not only has Larry worked on some of Soderbergh’s most acclaimed and popular films like Traffic, Erin Brockovich, the Ocean’s 11, but he’s also worked on Soderbergh’s more recent projects like Behind the Candelabra and The Knick.
I had the opportunity to interview Larry for my nsavides Podcast. In the interview, Larry talks about his experiences working on some of the projects I mentioned above, but he also shares some valuable audio-recording techniques and ways to plan and budget for post-production sound work. This is the very information that some pros would sell at a costly workshop, but Larry was generous enough to provide the information at no cost.
You can hear the interview by visiting:
You can also find it on iTunes:
If you get a chance to listen, I would be curious to hear your thoughts. Thank you for considering.
January 19, 2016 at 6:50 AM #213390nsavidesParticipant
For some reason the site is adding extra tags.
- The forum ‘Sound’ is closed to new topics and replies.