This week's guest is Emmy nominated re-recording mixer Ryan David Adams. Ryan has been working on the post-production side of television for nearly two decades, amassing a long list of credits along the way. He recently received his first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Nonfiction or Reality Show in 2020 for the Netflix documentary series "Cheer." Other notable shows that he's worked on include The Voice, Masterchef, American Idol, Lego Masters, Last Chance U for Netflix, and Class Action Park for HBO Max. We have a great chat about working in television, keeping music as a creative outlet by working in other areas of audio, and the importance of checking your ego at the door.
In this episode, we'll dig in on...
- The language of music
- Being a re-recording mixer
- ADR and sound effects
- Mixing television in Dolby Atmos
- Dealing with work visas
- Learning how little you know
- Future proofing content
- Being prepared for changes
- Broadcast specs
- Audio Engineering Society
- Unions in post-production
- Stems and delivery requirements
- Working with streaming services like Netflix and HBO Max
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Guest: Ryan David Adams
Host: Travis Ference
Editor: Travis Ference
Theme Music: inter.ference