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'Les Miserables' among winners of Cinema Audio Society Awards

February 17, 2013|By Susan King
  • Anne Hathaway and Jonathan Demme at the Cinema Audio Society awards.
Anne Hathaway and Jonathan Demme at the Cinema Audio Society awards. (Ana Gibert )

The period musical "Les Miserables" won the 49th Cinema Audio Society Award on Saturday evening for outstanding achievement in sound mixing for a live action motion picture for 2012.

The award went to the sound mixing team of production mixer Simon Hayes, re-recording mixers Andy Nelson and Mark Paterson, scoring mixer Jonathan Allen, ADR mixer Robert Edwards and Foley mixer Pete Smith. 

The sound mixing team of Disney/Pixar's "Brave" were the winners in the new category of outstanding achievement in sound mixing for an animated motion picture. The award was given to original dialogue mixer Bobby Johanson, re-recording mixers Tom Johnson and Gary Rydstrom, scoring mixer Andrew Dudman and Foley mixer Frank Rinella. 

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On the television front, "Hatfields & McCoys" won for achievement in sound mixing for a TV movie or miniseries and the "Beirut is Back" episode of "Homeland" earned the achievement in sound mixing honor for one-hour television.

The Disneyland installment of "Modern Family" won in the achievement in sound mixing honor for half-hour TV and "The 2012 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony" was the recipient in the achievement in sound mixing for TV non-fiction, variety or music -- series or specials category.

There were also two technical achievement awards handed out. The award for production went to Sound Devices - 664 Field Production Mixer with Recorder. The award for post-production went to Dolby-Atmos.

Production sound mixer Chris Newman received the society's career achievement award. Director Jonathan Demme was the recipient of the society's filmmaker award.

The awards were presented at the Crystal Ballroom at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel.

The following is a complete list of winners:

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture - Live action
"Les Misérables" - Production mixer Simon Hayes, re-recording mixers Andy Nelson and Mark Paterson, scoring mixer Jonathan Allen, ADR mixer Robert Edwards and foley mixer Pete Smith

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture  - Animated
"Brave" - original dialogue mixer Bobby Johanson, re-recording mixer Tom Johnson and Gary Rydstrom, CAS, scoring mixer Andrew Dudman and foley mixer Frank Rinella

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Movie or Mini-Series
"Hatfields & McCoys" - Production mixer Dragos Stanomir, re-recording mixers Christian Cooke and Brad Zoern, scoring mixer Jeffrey A. Vaughn, CAS, ADR mixer Eric Apps and foley mixer Peter Persaud

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series -- One Hour
"Homeland," Beirut is Back - Production mixer Larry Long, re-recording mixers Nello Torri, CAS and Alan M. Decker, CAS, ADR mixer Paul Drenning and foley mixer Shawn Kennelly

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series -- Half Hour
"Modern Family," Disneyland - Production mixer Stephen A. Tibbo, CAS and re-recording mixers Dean Okrand and Brian R. Harman, CAS.

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Non Fiction, Variety or Music Series or Specials
"The 2012 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony" - Re-recording mixers Brian Riordan, CAS and Jamie Ledner

CAS Technical Achievement Award - Production: Sound Devices
664 Field Production Mixer with Recorder

CAS Technical Achievement Award - Post-prodcution
Dolby® - Atmos

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