AES New York 2013

Saturday, October 19, 4:00 pm — 5:00 pm (Room 1E03)

Music and Audio for the Smaller Screen

Jerome Rossen, Freshmade Music - San Francisco, CA, USA; Manhattan Producers Alliance
Christopher Kaufman, Manhattan Producers Alliance - New York, NY, USA
John Kiehl, Manhattan Producers Alliance - New York, NY, USA
Steve Horowitz, The Code International Inc. - San Francisco, CA, USA
Richard Warp, Manhattan Producers Alliance - New York, NY, USA; Leapfrog Enterprises Inc - Emeryville, CA, USA

What are the important issues to take into account when you’re composing, compiling, and refining your masterpiece for the small screen? What should you prioritize during preproduction? How does the smaller screen affect your creative decision making? How can you mix for success? What do you need to know if you’re creating for iOS, Android and the Web? Join members of the Manhattan Producers Alliance as they conduct this panel addressing how to make the best possible audio for the “smaller screen.”

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