CAS Quarterly

Fall 2019

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 83 of 87

84 F A L L 2 0 1 9 C A S Q U A R T E R L Y B E E N T H E R E D O N E T H A T Checking in from NBCUniversal StudioPost Sound Operations: In the Hitchcock Theater, mix team Jon Taylor CAS and Frank Montano are currently mixing Queen & Slim for director Melina Matsoukas. Up next for the team is the Voyages of Dr. Dolittle for Universal. On Mix Stage 3, Jon Krupp is mixing feature trailers for Universal, including 1917, Last Christmas, The Photograph, and Dowton Abbey. Jon also mixed trailers for Lionsgate, including The JB-1 features a display and menu system, which allows for ease of use and display of timecode and settings. It reads, generates and jam syncs to all standard frame rates including 23.976 for High Definition shoots. The JB-1 features an automatic jam sync capability, which senses the incoming timecode rate. Cross jamming of different rates can be accomplished as well. Rambo V: Last Blood, Bombshell, and the second trailer for Knives Out. Mix Stage A was our busiest summer stage with John Cook CAS and Bill Freesh CAS/Andy King CAS; Brian Dinkins and Michael Jesmer move right into the fall with another packed slate of shows. Mr. Robot and Briarpatch will be mixed by John Cook and Bill Freesh, The Good Place by John and Andy King, and squeezing in on Sundays will be Superstore with the new mixing team of Brian Dinkins and Michael Jesmer. All of these shows one way or another will wrap in December, and then the stage moves into another packed mid-season slate. Mix B is another of our stages dedicated primarily to the Dick Wolf shows. Bob Edmondson CAS is moving over to the dialogue chair this season and running the effects and music side of things is his new mixing partner, Steve Tibbo CAS. FBI returns for its second season and FBI: Most Wanted starts its inaugural run here, too. These two 22-episode series will keep this stage pretty well booked until May of 2020. On Mix Stage C, Eddie Bydalek returns to Universal (once a feature mix tech here), now as an effects and music mixer paired up with Todd Morrissey CAS, whom this season moves over into the dialogue mixing chair. Todd and Eddie will mix both Chicago Fire (Season 8) and Chicago P.D. (Season 7) which, as with the other Dick Wolf show stages, should keep them busy until May of next year. After working on Stage B during the summer for the series Dare Me, Greg Watkins CAS and Derek Marcil return to their regular Mix Stage G for another run of Law & Order: SVU (Season 21) and Chicago Med (Season 5). Both series, for the most part, will consume the stage until May 2020. Steve Pederson and Dan Leahy kick things off on Mix 1 with the new Amazon show Tales From the Loop. That show runs from August through November and then Mark Fleming CAS and Myron Nettinga return to the stage for Season 2 of Dirty John. Two new Marvel shows (Matchstick and Omen) begin their run here starting in December and will carry through to April of next year. On Mix 2, Andy King CAS and Keith Rogers CAS began their fall run (Sept.-Jan.) with the new ABC show Emergence and with Good Girls (Season 3) returning in November running through March of next year. Westworld begins its Season 3 in December and will also run into March of 2020. And on Mix 5, Pete Nusbaum CAS and Whit Purple have an unbelievably heavy fall schedule (typical of that stage, though) with the team mixing Will & Grace: Reunion, Last Man Standing, Grown-ish, Black-ish, Mixed-ish, as well as the new Mindy Kaling project entitled Never Have I Ever.

Articles in this issue

Archives of this issue

view archives of CAS Quarterly - Fall 2019