Wednesday, December 4, 2013

View Some Of Chris Colley's Sound Mixing Work Related To The Making Of Mob City (TNT)

If you've ever wondered what I do for real, now is your chance to check out some stuff I did the final sound mixes on for the new Frank Darabont (The Shawshank Redemption, The Green Mile, The Walking Dead) TNT TV show, Mob City.  I specialize in the final sound mix of behind the scenes material for movies and TV shows, and I'm particularly proud of my work done in conjunction with the making of Mob City, which begins airing tonight (TNT, Wednesdays at 9pm ET).  You might have to live in the U.S. to be able to watch some of this, but I'll post it for everyone, just in case there is any interest.

The first piece is available on amazon.com here:

The Making of Mob City

You'll have to log into your amazon.com account to get it, but it's free.  And don't act like you don't have an amazon account, because I know you do.

In order to access some of the other material I worked on, you need to have TNT On Demand.  There are two pieces I mixed that are available on there now.  They are the last two pieces that were put on their On Demand, but are very poorly organized.  So, I'll just have to try my best to guide you there.  First, you access On Demand.  Then, you probably need to go into the equivalent of "My Primetime".  After that, click on TNT.  Once you've done that, you can then scroll down to Mob City or Mob City HD depending on how you're set up.  After selecting that, you'll see seven supposedly "behind the scenes" pieces without any descriptions.  You'll want to select one that is 7 minutes long, and the other might be the last one.  In a perfect world, it would be the last two pieces of content on there, but it probably won't be a perfect world.  The good news is that the pieces are very differently branded than the rest of the content on there, so after watching the the first 20 seconds or so of the pieces, you'll know you're in the right place.  The names of the two pieces are "The Style of Noir" and "The Look of Noir", and they're right on the title card once the piece begins after the TNT On Demand opening graphic.  So, if you have the guts to be up for the challenge of finding and watching them, hopefully they will be a rewarding experience for you.  Thanks for reading, and if you watch, thanks for watching.

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