Gregg Rudloff, Oscar-Winning Film Sound Mixer, Dead at 63
By Clive Young. A second-generation film sound engineer, Gregg Rudloff apparently took his own life.
Audio Post Faces Rising Expectations, Falling Budgets
By Steve Harvey. In the world of audio post production, from commercials and television to major motion pictures, two things are increasingly certain: budgets—or lack thereof—and Dolby Atmos. Pro Sound News talks to pros to find out what’s they’re...
Reinventing Arena Acoustics for the Bohemian Rhapsody Premiere
At the SEE Arena Wembley, Britannia Row provided 7.1 sound for the Queen biopic's world premiere.
At AES: Tom Fleischman Wants His Work to Be Invisible (on Screen)
By Katie Makal. Tom Fleischman discussed his re-recording work on HBO's Boardwalk Empire.
Sound Engineer James Emswiller Dies After Fall on Tom Hanks Film
Emswiller won a primetime Emmy in 2015 for audio work on Bessie.
Audio for Cinema Track Set for Upcoming AES Convention
All-star master classes, panels and more have been lined up for this year's AES Convention.
Douglas Grindstaff, Star Trek Sound Editor/Designer, Dead at 87
The five-time Emmy winner served as MPSE president and won its Lifetime Achievement Award.
Nugen Upmixes Every Snap and Tackle in Madden NFL 2018
Creating the final mixes for the long-running franchise, Solid Audioworks turned to Nugen Upmix.
Technicolor Closes Film and Immersive Sound Facilities
By Steve Harvey. Technicolor will shutter its film- and immersive audio facilities by year's end, refocusing on episodic and streaming sound services.