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6 S U M M E R 2 0 1 9 C A S Q U A R T E R L Y OFFICERS President: Karol Urban CAS MPSE Vice President: Phillip Palmer CAS Secretary: David J. Bondelevitch CAS MPSE Treasurer: Steven Venezia CAS BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICE MANAGER Carol Thomas EDITOR IN CHIEF Matt Foglia CAS PUBLISHER IngleDodd Media 11661 San Vicente Blvd., Ste. 709 Los Angeles, CA 90049 QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS: Cinema Audio Society 827 Hollywood Way #632 Burbank, CA 91505 Phone: 818.752.8624 Fax: 818.752.8624 Email Website ADVERTISING: IngleDodd Media 310.207.4410 Welcome to the summer Quarterly, CAS members and friends. I hope your summer is providing a good balance of business and pleasure. Speaking of balance, we have a great "mix" of content for you this quarter. On the production side, Devendra Cleary CAS takes the Zaxcom URX100 receiver for a test drive and Bill MacPherson CAS recaps his seven seasons as production mixer on the series Veep. Also, CAS Associate member Patrick Spain takes us for a walk on the dialogue trail from production through post in his article "Dialogue's Chain of Custody: From Set to Screen." Over in post, Karol Urban CAS MPSE sits down with the mixers of the Netflix interactive film Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and discusses some of the approaches and challenges of working on a nonlinear narrative of this length. Peter Kelsey CAS checked in with some facilities to gain insight and advice on building or modifying rooms for Dolby Atmos certification. Also, on the topic of monitoring, we can't forget about the most important piece of gear: our ears! I had the opportunity to explore Genelec's new "Aural ID" and discuss my experience in these pages. In short, this is analogous to a fingerprint—but for your ears—and is intended to help improve the accuracy of headphone monitoring relative to loudspeaker monitoring. Also, David Bondelevitch CAS MPSE reports back from AES Dublin and also shares some photos from NAB. Finally, don't forget to read about the happenings of your fellow members in the "Been There Done That" and "The Lighter Side" sections. The CAS Quarterly is produced as a service to our members and relies on their voluntary nature. We greatly appreciate, and want, your feedback and suggestions—so send them in! If you're interested in contributing or have an idea for an article, let us know (Associate and Student members, this means you, too!). Email us at Remember, our sponsors are professionals like you who understand the business and the needs of our industry. We encourage your commitment to them. F R O M T H E E D I T O R Matt Foglia CAS CORRECTION: In the last printed version of the CAS Quarterly, we erroneously attributed an incorrect writer as the author of the "Meet the Winners" article on Bohemian Rhapsody. The article was actually written by Peter Kelsey CAS, who was once drummer Roger Taylor's roommate! Be sure to read Peter's fascinating first-person recollection of being present during the formation of Smile and Queen. The article begins on page 18 of the 2019 spring edition. Amanda Beggs CAS Onnalee Blank CAS Bob Bronow CAS MPSE Willie D. Burton CAS Peter J. Devlin CAS Mary H. Ellis CAS Tom Fleischman CAS Marti Humphrey CAS Doc Kane CAS Sherry Klein CAS Michael Minkler CAS Lee Orloff CAS Glen Trew CAS Mathew Waters CAS Jeffrey Wexler CAS ©2019 by the Cinema Audio Society. All rights reserved. CAS ® , Cinema Audio Society ® , and Dedicated to the advancement of Sound ® are all trademarks of the Cinema Audio Society and may not be used without permission.

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