Oscar-Winning Sound Supervisor Mark Mangini Gives You the Keys to the Kingdom

He's listened to all the masters, and he's here to teach you their lessons.

Have you ever wondered what a supervising sound editor does? What their job is and how they pull it off? Let one of the masters of the profession explain.

Mark Mangini is the maestro behind films like Mad Max: Fury Road, Blade Runner 2049, Aladdin, Gremlins, several Star Trek films, and many, many more. As an Oscar winner, Mangini is one of the most creative and in-demand supervising sound editors today. 

In this podcast, he details his craft and experience, with great insights to share, including George Miller’s pyramid of importance for each given shot and moment. When discussing Blade Runner 2049, Mangini describes his and Denis Villeneuve’s strategy of melding the sound design and the music until they are indistinguishable from one another.

If you want to take your knowledge of filmmaking to the next level, you will want to be familiar with the concepts discussed here. Don't miss out.

To read more about what he has to say, check out his website, markmangini.com

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For more, see our ongoing coverage of Sound Week 2020. 

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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