Have you ever considered a career as an Audio Engineer? Are you a producer or actor who wants to learn more about the technical side of audio? The second installment of our Mic Check…1,2,3 series will focus on the work of Audio Engineers who will break down the differences and similarities in their work along with the trials and tribulations of networking in the audio world. Join us as we discuss the importance and implementation of recording and editing sound in Children’s Media. Hear insights from the Professional Audio Engineers who are recording and editing VO, SFX, and music for popular series like Wallykazam, Bubble Guppies and Dora!
Stay tuned for our third installment of Mic Check…1,2,3 with Composers and Sound designers!
Date and Time: Tuesday, September 15, 2015, 6:30 PM
Location: Hyperbolic Audio, 62 West 45th Street, 10th floor, New York, NY 10036
More about our speakers:
Chris Camilleri is a recording and mixing engineer at Dubway Studios and its production outfit, Rhumba Recorders, in New York City. He has logged thousands of hours recording voices, from singing, VO and ADR to podcasts and audiobooks. Chris has enjoyed two years as lead recordist for Nick Jr.’s “WallyKazam!” and Emmy-winning “Bubble Guppies” series. In this role, Chris handles both spoken and sung components for the two critically-acclaimed shows. He’s also excited to be working as the re-recording engineer and mixer for a collection of foreign films with GKIDS, a distributor of award-winning feature animation for both adult and family audiences, and the New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF). Chris has extensive experience mixing music for film, television and for various New York City-based musicians. Wearing many hats has proven essential to Chris’ evolution—and sanity—as an audio professional.
Dan Walsh has been a member of the New York audio community since 2001, working as a lead mixer for some of New York’s top post facilities, including Tonic, North 40 Music, former Penny Lane Studios, and now Hyperbolic Audio. Dan won an Emmy for his work on the award-winning piece, “Five Years of YES.” His experience also includes commercial mixes for major brands like BMW, L’Oreal, McDonald’s, Allstate, GMC, Pepsi, CBS, Toyota, Verizon, Subway, and Mazda, as well as high-profile reality series and promo work for networks including HGTV, AMC, TV Land, and WE. In addition, Dan has excelled in long form projects such as Animal Planet’s “Call of the Wildman,” Discovery’s, “Doomsday Castle,” and PBS children’s series, “SeeMore’s Playhouse.” Dan has put his special stamp on TV/radio spots, infomercials, cable promos, film teasers, ADR, and animation VO recordings.
Janice Cruz Brooks is a musician with 18 years of overall experience, and has done it all when it comes to audio. She’s juggles being an audio engineer for both live and studio production, a ProTools editor and VO director for both music and dialogue, as well as being a composer. Her composing experience includes songs for live action and animated television, and she’s also created music and written top-line for various American, K-pop and J-pop artists. Additionally, Janice is a vocal coach for live performance with an extensive list of high profile clients including Fall Out Boy, Adrian Grenier and Taking Back Sunday. She has been using her wide range of audio skills for 15 years for the world’s most watched children’s animated programs “Dora the Explorer”, “Go, Diego, Go!” and “Dora & Friends: Into the City,” and most recently for the live broadcast show, “Saturday Night Live”. Janice has a Berklee degree in music, majoring in production and engineering, where she studied as a vocal and electric bass principal.
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