Supervising sound editor discusses ADR work, Rami Malek voice integration and how she handles challenges specific to recording audio for fully digital characters.
With FMX 2019 just finishing up May 3 in Stuttgart, Germany, we’re pleased to present our latest set of exclusive interviews with some of the talented speakers who presented over the packed four-day conference, a group of top industry professionals who converge on the event to lecture, teach and network. Watch and enjoy our insightful and entertaining AWN @ FMX 2019 Professional Spotlight video series featuring some of the biggest names in animation, visual effects, computer graphics and transmedia. Stay tuned as we add dozens of brand new interviews over the coming weeks.
Watch this year’s AWN @ FMX 2019 interviews on AWN's YouTube Channel. You can also check out last year’s AWN - FMX 2018 interviews, our set from FMX 2017 as well as the complete collection of AWN - FMX Professional Spotlight videos. You can also check out AWN’s great FMX 2019 coverage on our FMX Conference Spotlight blog.
In this new interview, Nina Hartstone, Oscar-winning supervising sound editor on Bohemian Rhapsody, talks about her work on Bryan Singer’s smash hit, including her duties as a sound editor, such as ADR work, how Rami Malek’s voice was integrated with recordings of Freddie Mercury and how she handles challenges specific to recording audio for fully digital characters. She also discusses how hard work and on-the-job training guided her career path and what advice she has for young professionals seeking careers in entertainment.
Dan Sarto is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Animation World Network.