Food Network's New Hidden Camera Show Proves to be an Audio Challenge.
“Working with inherently noisy restaurant locations and off-mic suspect employees is one of this series' biggest audio challenges,” says Allied Post Audio supervising sound editor and re-recording mixer, Woody Woodhall, CAS. “Restaurant locations can be very noisy with air-conditioning, refrigerators, loud patrons and lots of activity so getting clean recordings can be difficult.” Woodhall uses iZotope RX as his go to tool for noise reduction and then balances this with equalizers and an artful blending of volume levels to satisfy the expert ear of T-Group Productions president and owner Jenny Daly.
Partnering up with the world-class facility and talented team at 48 Windows in Santa Monica, CA, Woodhall works out of 48 Windows' Studio A where he meets the challenges of tight edit and mix turnarounds for this fast paced multi-mic'd series. 48 Windows, once a competitor of Allied Post Audio, provides the ideal place with its outstanding recording and mix facilities, superb client services and award winning engineers and mixers, now including Woodhall.
Mystery Diners airs on the Food Network on Friday nights at 10pm/9c.
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|Date:||Jun 3, 2012|
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