|Issue: Editing - November 2006
CUT + RUN'S NEW SOUND STUDIO COMPLETES FIRST PROJECT
NEW YORK - Offline editorial house Cut + Run/NY
(www.cutandrun.tv) has completed the first project through its new sound and
mixing division. The new, Nokia-sponsored film features David Bowie, who serves
as a guide to innovative and compelling music stores around the globe.
Music stores such as Fat Beats in New York, Reckless in
Chicago, Modern Sound in Rio, Hard Wax in Berlin and Mona Records in Tokyo will
offer a personalized selection of new music in conjunction with Nokia. The
promotional documentary film - created by director Wim Wenders - weaves short
interviews from each store with Bowie's insights and commentary on the
exploration and discovery of new music.
The project's sound design and mix was created by Cut +
Run's Jun Mizumachi using Digidesign Pro Tools and Waves' Diamond
The short film was finished in HD and will be presented
online, via DVD and at various cinema screenings.