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In our 35th episode, Deane and Brian speak with Michael Barry and Michael Patti, co-founders of Cinesamples, about the recent decision by the American Federation of Musicians union to deny contracts for sample library production. The discussion covers the plight facing Los Angeles-area recording musicians, the volume of work that is leaving town for overseas venues, and what is being done as a grassroots effort to turn that tide.
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Clemenger Bbdo Melbourne was named agency of the year at the Melbourne Advertising & Design Club Awards tonight.
The agency won top honours for the second year running. However, rival Gpy&R Melbourne – which won more lions at Cannes this year than any Australian agency – did not enter for the second consecutive year. Last year, Patts Ecd Ben Coulson cited cost reasons for not supporting the event, which is Melbourne’s top awards show.
The awards list in full:
The Adstream Award for Agency of the Year
Clemenger Bbdo Melbourne
The Madc Award for Best in Show
Guilt Trips V/Line Agency McCann
The Madc Award for Lifetime Achievement
Scott Whybin, Whybin Tbwa
The Blackley Award for Creative Leader of the Year
Jason Williams, Leo Burnett
The Madc Award for Client of the Year
Carlton United Brewers
The Exit Films Award for Best Junior
- Robin Hicks
Michael Barry has been a re-recording mixer for more than two decades, working on over 100 films. Some of the directors he has collaborated with include Tony Gilroy (Duplicity, Michael Clayton), Stephen Daldry (The Reader), David Koepp (Ghost Town, Secret Window), Robert Altman (Short Cuts, A Prairie Home Companion) and the Coen Brothers (The Big Lebowski, Fargo). In our interview he discusses his beginnings in sound, the job of the mixer, and the future of sound in film.
Filmmaker: When did you become interested in sound and film?
Barry: My mother studied piano at Juilliard. I grew up with her playing the Steinway in our house. She wanted me to practice but, well, you know. I did try later in life, and it just never took. I must have acquired some sort of listening expertise from my mother playing. She would comment that I could hear in-between the sound, which didn »
- Alix Lambert
3 items from 2012
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