Nashville, TN (November 1, 2005)–Nashville’s JamSync completed the 5.1 soundtrack and assisted in sound design for Brent Stewart’s Blackberry Winter. The film was recently chosen in the recent “Best of Nashville” nominations as the “Best Chance to Put Nashville Filmmakers on the Globe.”
Backed by French fashion designer Agnes B’s production company, O’Salvation!, Stewart’s black and white vision of the post-apocalypse will appear on a dual DVD with James Clauer’s Aluminum Fowl.
“I loved working with Brent,” said K. K Proffitt. “He was really dedicated to taking creative chances and all of the sound design in the film comes from his recorded resources. It’s one of the last films that will be shot on Ilford’s black and white film, so it also marks the end of an era in filmmaking. It’s absolutely riveting and starkly beautiful.
“We used the TC 6000 to upmix some of our stereo audio sources, and we created others with our own surround atmospheres. Because the integrity of the film look was so important, we took the capture from the film house uncompressed and encoded over 60 gigs worth of video for DVD.”
JamSync is a full-service mixing, post-production, DVD authoring and mastering facility for two-channel and multi-channel audio. The main mix/monitoring room is a full-scale THX home theater and features Pro Tools Accel and Pro Tools AVoption XL, Nuendo and Dolby Digital 562/569 decoder/encoders.