Almost all of us enjoy movies or television of some kind, and most are aware that there was a time when films were silent. But do you know why? The ability to record sound was invented before film, however, it was the ability to syncronize the audio and visual elements together that perplexed inventors and innovators for decades. Something so simple that even our phones and do it with no second thought. Robert and Jake sit down with post production engineer, Casey Barker, to learn about a day in the life of someone who's job is to edit and mix the sounds you hear in some of your favorite TV shows. Learn the history of how the worlds of film and sound colide to provide audiences with an emmersive experience every time we hit the play button.
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