Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes·2mo ago·2:18

MAKING MUSIC AND SOUND FOR SCREEN: Hello Tim Boland!

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"…And I guess I want to start off by just jumping in and dropping us into the latest project. Tell us the collaboration that went into that, how you got involved, and then we could backtrack a little bit and see how we can learn about some of the other parts of your life that built to this moment. But drop us in, let us know about this latest film and what it required of you professionally, emotionally, and how it how you feel about the end results.…"

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Tim Boland

@timmyb2000 · 2mo ago · 5:00

"…And, yeah, it's a constant process going back and forth between the director, Rick Tranqu editorial Sound department. It's constantly evolving. And as you can imagine, someone's life like Shimon Pardes, who was working pretty much right up to the day he died, and he 93. There is a lot of content that has to be edited and figured out what works and doesn't work in the film. So, yeah, I think my time is nearly up here, so hopefully that's.…"

Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes · 2mo ago · 2:30

"…But when you are working on a film and you're building a library for that film, like if you're looking for sound effects for the 40s, or music from the 40s, or you're trying to build just stuff that works for that genre or that time period, this is living in your world. You're creating it for the film. But are you allowed to keep work that you do for your own personal library of resources? I've always wondered about that.…"

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Tim Boland

@timmyb2000 · 2mo ago · 4:51

"…So you can hold on to that for your library. And then there's two other facets. The sound editing, which I guess to break it down simply would be more like if you saw like, say, a car door closing, you would then search for a car door closing sound that would suit that kind of car. And you'd edit that to coincide with the film. The picture of the car door closing, make sure the sound syncs up.…"

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Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes · 2mo ago · 1:48

"…Can you talk about the parallel universe of your career and the way sound has now become more and more important because the world is more full of audio? But there was a Tim in your career, probably where sound was not as important and it wasn't given the attention and the line item power that it now does. Can you tell me a little bit about the history of that and how it feels now versus like, ten years ago?…"

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Tim Boland

@timmyb2000 · 2mo ago · 4:02

"…Sometimes you've got to accomplish a large amount of work in a short amount of time and sometimes with budget restrictions that have been imposed because whatever shooting took longer, actors took longer, other parts of the production process took up more of the budget than was intended and kind of often falls to sound and post production to kind of play a bouncing act with that. So that I'm is your question.…"

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Tim Boland

@timmyb2000 · 2mo ago · 1:19

"…And obviously the example we all know and love at the moment is Kate Bush running up that hill with Stranger Things and giving that song a whole new lease of life. 30 odd years later, it's topping the charts all around the world and deservedly so. Yeah, I think there's been big strides in that. There's been a lot more movement in terms of music supervision, music editors getting involved sometimes of bringing in tracks and just the whole production process.…"

Deborah Pardes

@DBPardes · 2mo ago · 1:34

"…Hey, Tim. That is such a great reminder, this last part. It's such a great segue, too, about the resurgence of older music that gets positioned and then it gets a whole new audience. It's just so exciting. I want to wrap this portion of the interview up. Maybe new voices will come in and ask more questions. It's been so nice to hear you here.…"

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