Tag Archive: Josh Berger

September 20, 2017

Josh Berger: Mixing Commercials Like the Movies

Post Magazine pg. 38 By Josh Berger, Re-Recording Mixer, Harbor Picture Company What is a “commercial” in 2017? It’s a six-second, pre-roll on YouTube, it’s a branded Buzzfeed video, an interactive digital billboard in an airport, a VR experience, and sure, sometimes it’s still a :30 spot on TV. There is literally no limit to the... View Article
August 15, 2017

Alchemy Post Delivers Foley For Master Of None

Alchemy Post Delivers Foley for Master of None POST MAGAZINE Alchemy Post Sound recently provided Foley sound effects for the second season of the Netflix original series, Master of None. Reprising its role from the show’s first season, Alchemy’s Foley team created hundreds of custom sound effects for 10 new episodes. Created by Aziz Ansari and... View Article

Emmy Contenders: A Look At Some Of This Year’s Hopefuls

Harbor Picture Company re-recording mixer Josh Berger is nominated for an Emmy for his work on Netflix’s Master of None. POST MAGAZINE Nominations for the 69th Emmy Awards were announced last month, with NBC’s Saturday Night Live and HBO’s Westworld taking the lead for the most nominations (22 each) in all categories, followed by Stranger... View Article
July 13, 2017

“Master of None” nominated for Sound Mixing

“Master of None” nominated for Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) And Animation VARIETY Written by Maane Khatchatourian on July 13, 2017 The nominations for the 69th Annual Emmy Awards were unveiled on Thursday morning. The honorees were announced at the Television Academy’s Wolf Theatre at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood by... View Article
July 10, 2017

How Re-Recording Mixer Josh Berger Uses RX on Master of None

How Re-Recording Mixer Josh Berger Uses RX on Master of None IZOTOPE Written by Jon Simmons on June 29, 2017 In Netflix-original comedy Master of None, Aziz Ansari plays a version of his real-life self—his character, Dev, a 30 year-old actor in New York City, vacillates between struggles large and small: finding true love or the best... View Article
April 25, 2017

Meet The Director Speaking Directly To Our 13-Year-Old Self

Meet Pamela Romanowsky, director of Khethiwe and the Leopard REFINERY29 Published on April 24, 2017 written by Rachel Selvin If you can peel your eyes off the prowling cat slinking through Shatterbox Anthology‘s newest short feature sponsored by DOVE® Chocolate, Khethiwe and the Leopard, you’ll probably notice that the film resonates as a poignant celebration... View Article
November 30, 2016

Silence Vs. Sound; The Social Media Conundrum

Silence Vs. Sound; The Social Media Conundrum Peter Corbett (Click 3x) and Josh Berger (Harbor Picture Company) share their thoughts on the importance of sound in digital media SHOTS.NET November 28, 2016 To listen, or not to listen… How should brands approach the issue of sound within video on social media? To listen, or not... View Article
October 17, 2016

The sound of two worlds for The Lost City of Z

POST PERSPECTIVE October 16, 2016 By: Jennifer Walden If you are an explorer, your goal is to go where no one has gone before, or maybe it’s to unearth and re-discover a long-lost world. Director James Gray (The Immigrant), takes on David Grann’s non-fiction novel The Lost City of Z, which follows the adventures of... View Article