What's New at Boom Box Post: Summer Edition 2024
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5d ago
A COLLABORATIVE POST WRITTEN BY BOOM BOX POST We are ecstatic to announce that our sound design and mixes can now be heard on a number of new series, new seasons, and features! Here is a curated list of our spring and summer releases. Click on the links below to stream and let us know if you enjoy them! STREAMING NOW: If you enjoyed this blog, check out these: WHAT'S NEW AT BOOM BOX POST: SUMMER EDITION WHAT'S NEW AT BOOM BOX POST: WINTER EDITION WHAT'S NEW AT BOOM BOX POST: FALL EDITION WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE project boom box post has worked on ..read more
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How To Cold Call A Company: Tips and Tricks
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2w ago
    WRITTEN BY Kylina aliotti office administrator, BOOM BOX POST Cold calling a company can be intimidating and daunting. However, as you look for your first job out of school, or a new job, it is often necessary. As the Boom Box Post Office Administrator, I answer all kinds of phone calls and some leave bigger, better impressions than others. I hope to give you some real world advice to help you move your call past the receptionist and onto the next level by leaving a positive impression. Come prepared Before calling any company, take a look around their website or social medi ..read more
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Reflecting Back on Andrew's Apprenticeship
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by Boom Box Post
3w ago
A COLLABORATIVE POST WRITTEN BY BOOM BOX POST Our current apprentice, Andrew Shirey, is coming to the end of his six months with us. We took the opportunity to sit down with him for a brief Q&A to learn more about his thoughts on the Boom Box Post apprenticeship program. What advice would you give the next apprentice? Don’t be afraid to ask the team questions or sit in on anyone working. I was nervous at first but everyone was very sweet and it was very helpful. I learned a lot just by watching the experienced editors’ workflow and how they manage their sessions. What was the most hel ..read more
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Invincible Coverage Digest
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by Boom Box Post
1M ago
A COLLABORATIVE POST WRITTEN BY BOOM BOX POST We were recently interviewed by multiple publications about Invincible Season 2 including Post Magazine, Tonebenders Podcast, and A Sound Effect! We are always thrilled when a show that we have worked on gets the light that it deserves and we love to share the behind the scenes post-sound process. POST MAGAZINE Brad Meyer (Supervising Sound Editor), Jeff Shiffman (Re-Recording Mixer), Jacob Cook (Re-Recording Mixer) and Crystal Grooms Mangano (Music Editor) all contributed to this Post Magazine interview, sharing some insight into Invincible’s ..read more
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FYC Primetime Emmy Awards 2024
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by Boom Box Post
1M ago
A COLLABORATIVE POST WRITTEN BY BOOM BOX POST It’s that time of year again! The Primetime Emmy Awards have accepted submissions and voting begins soon! We are thrilled to be submitting Invincible for both the sound editing and sound mixing categories. Check out details and get the inside scoop on our submissions below! Highlights from Our Submissions INVINCIBLE OUTSTANDING SOUND EDITING FOR A COMEDY OR DRAMA SERIES (HALF-HOUR) AND ANIMATION  Supervising Sound Editor: Brad Meyer, MPSE Sound Effects Editors: Katie Jackson, MPSE, Natalia Saavedra Brychcy, MPSE, Noah Kowalski, & M ..read more
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Apprentice Recording Challenge: Typewriters
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by Boom Box Post
1M ago
A COLLABORATIVE POST   BOOM BOX POST Recently, Boom Box Post co-owner, Jeff Shiffman brought in three different Typewriters for a recording project. We put our apprentice, Andrew Shirey up to the test to get all the sounds possible out of the multiple type writers provided. Let’s see what he was able to capture! what kind of typewriters did you record? We were provided with three different types. We had two manual typewriters and one electronic typewriter. The electronic one was much newer than the manual typewriters and provided more advanced sounds. I was able to capture typing ..read more
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MUSIC MIXING BASICS FOR TV & FILM: MONTAGES
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by Boom Box Post
1M ago
    WRITTEN BY JEFF SHIFFMAN CO-OWNER OF BOOM BOX POST “...if picture has on screen lip flap (mouth movement) without any dialogue coverage, you should mute any sound effects in the mix. ” When done right, a music montage is a wonderful thing. The right song or score can bring an audience to an entirely new emotional level. If you don’t believe me, go watch the first ten minutes of Pixar’s “Up.” Incredibly devastating, it’s a master course in montage. So how do you approach music montages in your mix? What are some of the basic techniques and rules to follow? Below, I ..read more
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Music Mixing Basics for TV & Film: Songs
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by Kate Finan
2M ago
    WRITTEN BY KATE FINAN CO-OWNER OF BOOM BOX POST We are excited to continue our Music Mixing Basics for TV & Film series. All month long, experienced Boom Box Post re-recording mixers Jacob Cook, Kate Finan and Jeff Shiffman are tackling a wide variety of approaches to post-production music mixing. As a mixer of a lot of Disney content, I have years of experience mixing musical numbers (or songs, as we call them). As someone who came into post-production sound mixing from a classical music and music engineering and mixing background, this is one of my favorite p ..read more
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Music Mixing Basics for TV & Film: Diegetic Music
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by Boom Box Post
2M ago
    WRITTEN BY jacob cook re-recording mixer, BOOM BOX POST We are excited to continue our Music Mixing Basics for TV & Film series. All month long, experienced Boom Box Post re-recording mixers Jacob Cook, Kate Finan and Jeff Shiffman are tackling a wide variety of approaches to post-production music mixing. One of my favorite aspects of sound mixing is building up the ambient sound in the universe of each show and sculpting it all together into a cohesive sonic world. Diegetic music is one piece of the soundscape puzzle that is often misunderstood by new editors and mixer ..read more
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Music Mixing Basics For TV & Film: Score Mixing
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by Jeff Shiffman
2M ago
    WRITTEN BY JEFF SHIFFMAN CO-OWNER OF BOOM BOX POST We are excited to kick off our new blog post series, Music Mixing Basics for TV & Film focused on the foundations of music mixing for television and film. All month long, this series will tackle a wide variety of approaches to mixing score, including how to approach musical numbers, dealing with diegetic (on screen) music and more, all from the minds of experienced Boom Box Post re-recording mixers Jacob Cook, Kate Finan and Jeff Shiffman. It’s Music Mixing May! As a re-recording mixer, it’s our job to create ..read more
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