Work wraps up on “The Secret Exhibit”. Part of the Lego Jurassic World series of animated shows we’ve recently completed. So much fun from a sound design point of view! Produced for NBC by Vancouver animation house Atomic Cartoons, this show sets the bar at it’s very highest level! The animation is absolutely amazing and […]
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Veteran sound supervisor / mixer Ewan Deane is currently mixing the extremely popular series ‘Border Security’. This show never ceases to amaze…. you’re trying to cross the border with that in your car? Seriously…..
Work has begun on three new animated series! More news coming soon!
Produced by Vancouver production company Screen Sirens, work gets underway on Corus Entertaiment’s new show ‘Bud Empire’ Perfectly timed with the coming legalization of cannabis, the show promises to break new ground in television. Tune in and mellow out!
Work wraps up on the 10 episode Audio Movie series of The X-Files. Produced with the full original cast as well as a supporting cast of 60 voice actors from different countries around the world. Written by Chris Carter and Joe Harris as a continuation of the X-Files stories, the series was produced for Audible […]
The Mix Room hosts Emmy award winning writer / producer Moira Walley-Beckett (Breaking Bad, Flesh & Bone) for mix playbacks of the new Netflix / CBC show “Anne”. Streamed live in 5.1 surround from Technicolor Sound in Toronto, we employed cutting edge software to ‘link’ the two studios together via high speed internet, allowing for […]
Ewan Deane starts work on Force Four Entertainment’s new series ‘Keeping Canada Safe’ for CBC
Congratulations to veteran sound mixer Ewan Deane for winning Best Sound in a documentary program at the prestigious Canadian Screen Awards for the show ‘Sonic Magic’! This is Ewan’s second award for this show after it winning a Leo for best sound at the Leo Awards in Vancouver a few months ago. Nicely done Sir!!
Work begins on season 5 of Paperny Entertainment’s Yukon Gold! Apparently, there’s still ‘gold in them thar hills’!!
Your high school days, love them or loath them, you always remember them! Work begins on a new show called ‘This Is High School’. Produced for CBC by Paperny Entertainment, the show gives us an inside look at life in an average Canadian high school.