As one of the industry’s most respected audiophiles, award-winning re-recording mixer, sound editor and sound designer Ruy Garcia is passionate about using only the best audio equipment for his craft. Among his most recent credits was the surround mix for the Netflix release of 2019’s Midsommar.
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Jonathan Wales, mixing at Formosa NoHo, recently completed the audio mix for the Netflix series, The Haunting of Hill House. The Haunting of Hill House was mixed in Dolby Atmos. For the show, Wales needed to convey the feeling of spaciousness in the house and create unnerving suspense throughout the mix as a family relives their scary past.
Acclaimed sound designer and re-recording mixer Niv Adiri has chosen Nugen Audio’s Halo Upmix to create surround 5.1 versions of the music and sound effects on a wide range of cinema projects. Adiri most recently used Halo Upmix on the current film T2 Trainspotting. With Halo Upmix, he was able to work from stereo source tracks to deliver a 5.1 mix that was true to the original sound of the music, but also sounded ideal in a range of surround listening environments.
Renowned rerecording mixer Tom Marks has chosen Nugen Audio's Halo Upmix and MasterCheck Pro to do the mix for the hit Netflix series Sense8, which just wrapped production of its second season. Based in Hollywood, Marks is a rerecording mixer with many popular television and movie titles to his credit.
Mumbai, India-based audio/mix engineer and pro audio specialist for Avid, Sreejesh Nair has chosen Nugen Audio's Halo Upmix plug-in for stereo-to-5.1/7.1/9.1 upmixing. Nair uses Halo to produce a powerfully immersive upmix on a broad range of cinema projects, including the sound tracks of well-known Bollywood titles.
Acclaimed sound designer and feature film supervising sound editor Scott Gershin recently joined Technicolor as its director of sound editorial, where he leads the company's expansion into sound design for gaming and immersive experiences and also continues to design and supervise sound for films. He relies on Nugen Audio's Loudness Toolkit 2 and Halo Upmix plug-ins.
Fonic, a full-service audio post-production facility based in Shoreditch, East London, has Nugen Audio’s Halo Upmix plug-in to provide up-mixing for a range of television and cinema productions.
Nugen Audio has introduced a significant upgrade for Halo Upmix. With the newest version, Halo Upmix now enables multichannel-to-multichannel upmixing, delivering new levels of versatility and significant time savings in the production of surround audio.
Renowned sound designer and feature film supervising sound editor Scott Gershin has worked on more than100 films and received 26 industry nominations, including a BAFTA Award for his work on American Beauty, Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim, and Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler. He brings theatrical sound quality standards to bear on a wide range of consumer experiences, from apps and software, to blockbuster gaming titles like Resident Evil, Gears of War, Fable, and most recently id Software’s Doom. Gershin recently joined Technicolor as its director of sound editorial, where he leads the company’s expansion into sound design for gaming and immersive experiences and also continues to design and supervise sound for films. Digital Cinema Report recently spoke with Gershin about his career, the transformative role of technology in his work, and the tools he can’t do without for current projects.
Bill Evans, executive producer, engineer, and manager for the number one-charting progressive rock super group Flying Colors, has adopted Nugen Audio’s new Halo Upmix tool to automate and streamline up-mixing of stereo audio to 5.1/7.1 surround. Most recently, Evans used Halo Upmix to accelerate production of the Blu-ray version of Flying Colors’ latest concert album, Second Flight: Live at Z7, from Music Theories Recordings/Mascot Label Group.