How Sony's New Virtual Sound Technology Can Change How We Hear Films

You'll need big ears for this one.

Kami Asgar and Jessica Parks are post-production heavyweights who work with major studios, namely Sony. As a sound designer (Asgar) and as a post executive (Parks), their collective resume touches on everything from Apocalypto to Grandma's Boy to Venom.

Parks has recently shifted her focus from supervisor to hands-on sound design, and we talk about how it’s never too late to pivot on your career path and find the thing you love doing wherever you are in life. We also talk about the new revolutionary technology that will democratize the ability to mix sound on a professional level... and why the literal size of your ear matters.

If you're in the mood for more sound talk, learn from the master in our exclusive interview with Walter Murch.

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No Film School's podcast and editorial coverage of the Sound Week 2020 is sponsored by RØDE.     

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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by George Edelman and Jeffrey Reeser.

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