Re-Recording Mixers Keith Rogers, CAS and Scott Weber have received a
nomination in the Cinema Audio Society’s 53rd CAS Awards for their
work on the HBO television series Westworld.
They share the nomination with Production Mixer John Pritchett, CAS; ADR Mixer
Mark Kondracki and Foley Mixer Geordy Sincavage. The nomination, in the
category Television – 1 Hour, comes for the series’ pilot episode, The Original.
said South Lake Audio Services Vice President Paul Rodriguez. “We are excited
to have their hard work, dedication and creativity recognized by their
professional peers. We also congratulate their support crew, who include Recordist
Brittany Ellis, Mix Tech Teddy Salas, and ADR Mixers Kyle O’Neal and Colin Rogers.” Other
key members of the show’s sound team include Emmy-winning Supervising Sound
Editor Tom de Gorter, Dialogue Editor Fred Paragano and ADR Supervisor Matt Sawelson, all from Atomic Sound,
and composer Ramin Djawadi.
(l to r) Paul Rodriquez, VP. SouthLake Audio; Brittany Ellis, Recordist; Keith Rogers, Re-Recoding Mixer, dialogue and music; Scott Weber, Re-Recording Mixer, sound effects; Fred Paragano, Dialogue Editor (Atomic Sound).
This is Rogers’ ninth CAS Award nomination. He won a CAS
Award in 2010 for Into the Blue 2: The
Reef. He is also a 4-time Emmy Award nominee. This is Weber’s fourth CAS
Award nomination. He is a 6-time Emmy Award nominee, including a win in 2008
for the television series Lost. The
53rd CAS Awards will be presented February 18th in Los
just completed its first season on HBO, is a dark odyssey about the dawn of
artificial consciousness and the evolution of sin. The show’s sound team plays
a significant role in conjuring up its unique worlds. Rogers and Weber were
tasked with building soundtracks that include, on the one hand, steam
locomotives, horses and gunfights, and, on the other, a vast industrial complex
where engineers tinker with robots. Rogers and Weber previously collaborated
with Westworld co-creator and
executive producer Jonathan Nolan on the series Person of Interest.
offering mixing and ADR services for motion pictures and television. Located at
in Burbank, the company’s mix stages are equipped with latest generation Avid S6
and Icon D-Control digital consoles and Pro Tools editing systems. They also
feature 4K and HD projection systems, are Dolby certified and capable of mixing
in 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound.