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The Sound and Music Issue Winter 2014

We consult the leading practitioners in all things aural—recordists, mixers, designers, composers and filmmakers— who proffered sage counsel on how to achieve the best sound for your documentary,

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Features

  • Championing Documentary as an Empathy Machine: Tabitha Jackson Joins the Sundance Institute

    The Sundance Institute recently named Tabitha...
  • Sound Minded: Dolby Institute Promotes Audio as a Storytelling Tool

    In 2013, Dolby Labs launched the Dolby Institute...
  • Aural Fixations: Creating Sound and Music for Docs

    Front row: sound supervisor/mixer James LeBrecht...
  • Taking the Aural High Ground: Successful Sound and Mixing for Your Film

    James Lebrecht. Photo: B. Doug Jensen Whether you...
  • Compelling, Complex, Complicated: Documentary Diplomacy in the Middle East

    The American Film Showcase in Israel and...
  • Docs That Really Rock: Music Documentaries Go Beyond the Performance

    Over the last decade, there has been an explosion...
  • Behind Your Film's Soundtrack: The Important Role of the Music Supervisor

    Music supervision is one of those coveted jobs by...
  • Production Music Libraries Today: The How-to Guide

    In today's fast-paced and budget-conscious...
  • Minding Your Beats and Cues: Tips for Working with a Composer

    Filmmakers have often told me that they find the...