As one of the earliest pioneers of sound in computer games, Charles Deenen booked himself a place in the history of sound design, but it’s his more recent work on trailers and features, as well as big budget games, which gets him a lot of attention these days.
Will Files is a Sound Designer, Supervisor and Re-Recording Mixer who came up through Skywalker Sound and is now one of the most in-demand Designers and FX mixers in Hollywood.
Frank Kruse is a Sound Designer, Supervisor and Production Sound Mixer based in Berlin with an enviable and rapidly growing credit list. You’ve heard his work in Cloud Atlas, Perfume and Rush, for which he received BAFTA, AMPS and a slew of other nominations. We caught up with him at De Lane Lea, London on the final mix stage of Ron Howard’s new feature In the Heart of the Sea
Farmer Dave, as he's affectionately known below the equator, has been designing kick-ass sound effects for 20 years and his credit list includes massive blockbusters like The Lord of the Rings, The Incredible Hulk, King Kong, Cowboys & Aliens and The Hobbit trilogy.
Gilbert Lake is a re-recording mixer based in London. He's a thoroughly nice chap and also happens to be one of the first mixers to get his hands on the new Dolby ATMOS format. He's earned mixing credits on films like District 9, The Adventures of Tintin and The Hobbit and has worked on a number of immersive mixes in the last couple of years. We found him at De Lane Lea mixing Ron Howard's new feature "In the Heart of the Sea".