Loren Silber is an audio post production mixer and co-owner of Lime Studios in Santa Monica, CA. Loren's experience began at the University of Miami where he started in the music engineering program. His ambitions then moved towards becoming a record producer and working on albums in Los Angeles where things fell short.
After applying for several jobs around the country, Loren landed his first post production job in Chicago. With $300 in his pocket he moved to Chicago and took the job. Loren lived and worked in Chicago for 8 years before moving to Los Angeles.
Loren saw moving to POP Sound in Santa Monica for his own room as a mixer as a great opportunity and ceased it. Loren began building his clientele and experience in commercial mixing.
Through his experience, work ethic, and technical know-how, Loren is a "turn-key" solutions mixer that handles all elements of sound for his projects. Through Lime Studios, Loren is able to unify a voice in collaboration and creativity for every project he's a part of.
This week Larry discusses much of Loren's experience in high end commercial and post production mixing for some of the most watched advertising material on the planet.
Steve Cantos is Vice President of Operations and Client Services currently at Sony DADC. Steve's experience in Home Entertainment post production and international markets is discussed. Not many people understand what happens to the packaged product after it's been completed.
Steve has held senior leadership roles overseeing staff of 100+ across numerous functional servicing areas, covering all facets of feature film and episodic content creation and distribution. He's been head of strategic initiatives and designed several systems to improve process, efficiency, and operating profit.
This week we explore what it's like "post" post-production. What are some of the hurdles, obstacles, and scenarios domestic content is put under before being distributed internationally. If you've ever been curious about how these deals are made and what type of scrutiny large film and television titles are under, make sure to listen.