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The Cloud, The Music and The Audio

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Next lacpug Meet is Wednesday, March 27, 2019
beginning at 6:45PM -
till we drop at the Gallery Theatre in Hollywood Ca.


Join us on Wednesday, March 27 for the next lacpug Meet.

We will welcome Michael Kammes who will ask and answers the questions,
"Is Post Production Ready for the Cloud? Can we create media in the cloud and still use the software tools we use every day?"

Also we welcome Industry workflow expert and founder of Light Iron Post in Hollywood, Michael Cioni back to lacpug. Michael will take us on a unique step-by-step process and demonstrate powerful tricks to improve your edit through the newest sound techniques in FCPX 10.4.5. Call it "FCPX: The Most Advanced Digital Audio Workstation You Didn't Know You Had."

Also we are very excited to have for the first time, audio guru Mark Edward Lewis of Cinema Sound. Mark will be talking on "Audio for Editors."

Plus Stump the Gurus and World Famous Raffle. And MUCH much more.


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6:45- 7:15PM - Stump The Gurus
Join Gurus Patrick Southern, Adam Bedford and the always fun TBAs, as they will attempt to answer all of your questions and solve all of your problems concerning Resolve and FCPX, Avid, Premiere Pro and anything else you can think of. If they can't solve your problem or answer your question, then you go home with a problem, but you still got out of the house, so that's not a bad thing.

7:20PM - 7:50PM - Audio for Editors - Mark Edward Lewis
Join Mark Edward Lewis of CinemaSound as he shares audio tips that editors need to know. He’ll share techniques for both the Essential Sound Panel in Adobe Premiere Pro and for working directly within Adobe Audition. Specifically Mark will cover:
• What can be done without leaving Premiere Pro
• Opening a sequence in Audition and all your changes come in non-destructively, instead of relying on Open Media Framework OMF or Advanced Authoring Format AAF
• How to work with video streams via Dynamic Link — without rendering
• Using Remix to save you time and money
• Exporting directly with Adobe Media Encoder

About Mark Edward Lewis
After nearly 30 years of writing and producing musical scores, re-recording mixing, developing sound design, editing, writing and directing, Mark Edward Lewis has a unique perspective on how to create high production value for independent productions.
Always strongly adhering to the axiom, “Post production begins in Pre-Production,” Mark has righted many adrift productions with his organization, creativity, ingenuity, and cross-discipline experience.
Mark has worked professionally in nearly every area of both production and post production including event development most recently as a post production supervisor on the Avenger’s S.T.A.T.I.O.N. with Frank Serafine. In 2016, he was the main presenter for the “Sound Advice” tour in North America and Australia where he taught over 1,200 filmmakers about improving their production value with better soundMark is also a published writer on the subject of live audio mixing with his book “Audio Mixer’s Secret Handbook: Live Audio Alchemy,” his next books in the series, “Cinema Audio Alchemy” and “Film Music Audio Alchemy” are due by the end of 2017. Mark currently martials his deep knowledge of post production and works in Los Angeles as both a filmmaker and producer of episodic series. He is currently directing and producing the sci-fi series “Blade of Honor” and the supernatural Western “Silver City.”

7:55- 8:30PM - Is Post Production Ready for the Cloud? - Michael Kammes
One true constant in filmmaking has been the reliance on the equipment sitting next to (or on!) your desk. But is this over a century-old method of creating media still required? Can we create media in the cloud and still use the software tools we use every day? What, if any compromises need to be made? But more so: what advantages does media creation in the cloud bring? Michael will discuss the no-nonsense reality of de-centralized content creation, and the pros and cons of creating with your favorite tools in the cloud - wherever you may be. PLUS: a demo of BeBop, the one technology that will make your jump into the cloud a great one.


About Michael Kammes.
Michael Kammes is a Creative Technologist, and is the Director of Business Development for BeBop Technology. He works on the technical, consulting, and evangelism side of post-production, and has been a keynote speaker at conventions, technology retreats and symposiums. He consults on the latest in technology and best practices in the digital media creation and communications space. Michael has been involved in the design and build of thousands of post-production systems and workflows in addition to facility integrations. He's also a creative at heart and has worked extensively in the post audio realm, serving as a dialogue, SFX, and ADR editor, as well as a Re-Recording Mixer. His popular “5 THINGS” podcast is a “must watch” among industry insiders across the globe.
Plus, he just really, really, digs Post.



8:30PM- 8:55PM - Break
This is the most important part of the show. It's networking time. This is a great opportunity to not only ask questions and get problems solved, but to meet people that just might change your life. Edit5 Consoles will be in lobby showing off Editing tables and chairs. Get to the Gallery early for this show. Snack bar will be be open for $1.00 water, God awful bad wine and decent beer. And maybe FREE cookies

8:55PM - 9:55PM - FCPX: The Most Advanced Digital Audio Workstation You Didn't Know You Had -Michael Cioni
One of the most important ingredients in becoming a more effective creative professional is to expand your knowledge base throughout more regions of your work. The crucial relationship between picture and sound is one of the best ways creatives can explore new tools and even invent new ways to fuse them. Thanks to revolutionary advancements, the ability to interweave sound, color, and picture has never before been so integrated as it is in Final Cut Pro 10.4.5. Industry workflow expert, Michael Cioni will take us on a unique step-by-step process and demonstrate powerful tricks to improve your edit through the newest sound techniques in FCPX.

About Michael Cioni
Michael Cioni's passion for digital cinema has helped shaped the constantly evolving media ecosystem over the past 15 years. An artist, entrepreneur, and musician, Michael was also the founder of the post production leader Light Iron Post , which became part of Panavision family of companies in 2015. As Senior Vice President of Innovation at Panavision, Michael has led the development of the Millennium DXLcamera and its 8K workflow ecosystem. Michael is known for his innovative products, his passion for education, and compelling presentations.



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