Tonebenders is a collective of sound design professionals sharing their thoughts, ideas, and stories. All aspects of sound design will be up for debate, from field recording to the final mix, from manipulation to synthesis, from track layouts to secret editing tricks. The Tonebenders Podcast will air these topics in lively conversation while also covering the latest news in software, gear, techniques, and topics from the sound design world.
The podcast is hosted and produced by René Coronado (Dallas), Dustin Camilleri (Chicago) & Timothy Muirhead (Toronto), three audio professionals with different backgrounds and specialties. Using nearly 40 years of combined knowledge and experience, they set out to create a thoughtful take on the past and present of the sound design and post production businesses.
About the Hosts:
Timothy Muirhead: Timothy has been professional sound editor working out of Toronto for over 15 years. Currently, Timothy runs Azimuth Audio, a sound editorial and custom sound effects recording company specializing in SFX for episodic animated series. He also writes the popular field recording/audio post-production blog at azimuthaudio.ca and can be followed on Twitter via @azimuthaudio.
René Coronado: René is an audio post professional working in Dallas. He joined Dallas Audio Post right out of school in 1999 and has worked his way up to partner in the company. René specializes in field recording, sound design, ADR and spot mixing. René also runs the blog The Sound My Head Makes and can be found @rene_coronado on Twitter.
Dustin Camilleri: Dustin is a sound designer, re-recording mixer and composer born and raised in Boston, schooled in Champaign and Winter Park, trained in Los Angeles and currently employed in Chicago. Dustin splits his time as the post production supervisor for a large international advertising agency and as the owner and principal creative for Pulsetrain, a full-service audio post-production outfit specializing in unique, original content across all mediums. His intense love of audio is documented on the web at http://www.pulsetrain.net and on Twitter via @pulsetrain.
Please contact Tonebenders via firstname.lastname@example.org or on twitter @thetonebenders