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Sunday, April 19 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
LESLIE ANN JONES Discusses Recording for Film vs. Music Recordings

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What are the inherent differences in recording for film vs. a music recording? How does the amount of time allowed for each differ, and why? How may dialogue and sound effects alter the recording process and eventual outcome? How does the audio engineer approach recoding a CD or a film score with respect to type of gear being used? These questions – and many more – will be explored by Skywalker Sound’s Director of Music Recording and Scoring--Leslie Ann Jones. A multiple Grammy Award winner (Quincy Porter: The Complete Viola Works) and scoring producer for film (Apocalypse Now, White Men Can't Jump, Lost Highway). Ms. Jones will be joined as co-moderators by Grammy Award-winning Producer Michael Freeman (Joined at the Hip), and composer/engineer Carlos Villalobos (EMPIRE, Chicago Fire, Sex & The City). An audience Q&A will follow the 90-minute discussion. Presented and produced by EARS- the Engineering and Recording Society of Chicago; Columbia College’s Cinema Arts + Science, and CIMMfest.

Moderators:
Carlos Villalobos, composer/engineer Carlos Villalobos (EMPIRE, Chicago Fire, Sex & The City).
Michael Freeman , by Grammy Award-winning Producer Michael Freeman (Joined at the Hip).
Panelist:
Leslie Ann Jones, Director of Music Recording and Scoring, Skywalker Sound

Sunday April 19, 2015 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Columbia's Film Row Cinema 1104 S. Wabash, 8th floor

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