The Rough Cut

Lost

What does a sound re-recording mixer do? Why does the picture editor add sound effects and music? How many tracks of foley are used on a television episode? These questions and more were answered when I interviewed Scott Weber and Frank Morrone, sound re-recording mixers and Chris Nelson, editor, of the hit ABC series ‘Lost’ on-stage at the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) conference at NAB 2010.

 

 

Download this episode: The Rough Cut - Interviews with Film and Video Pros - Episode #033 - Inside Lost

 

Running time: 35:57

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About Matt Feury

As Senior Manager for Avid's Post Solutions Marketing, it's my job to lead the marketing strategy of Avid’s video editing systems and their related storage and infrastructure solutions. A big part of my job, and certainly my favorite, is the creation of content that educates and inspires existing and potential customers. A prime example of this is our podcast (The Rough Cut). It's given me the opportunity to connect future filmmakers with industry pro's such as Morgan Spurlock, Kevin Smith, Doug Liman and Ben Affleck. Since joining Avid in 1994 I've had the good fortune to meet and collaborate with customers from all over the world, in every kind of project. And I'm deeply grateful to all of them for letting me be a part of their journey.

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