Posted by Joleene DesRosiers
 
The very best way to learn the art of directing is from those who have learned from the very best. David Rountree, an award-winning feature film director (108 Stitches, CUT!) stopped by the Stage 32 offices to share some sound advice.
 
David Rountree is the President of Psyco Rock Productions and is a director, producer, screenwriter, and actor based in Los Angeles. He is listed in Hollywood Reporter and IMDb as a Top 10 Up-and-Coming Hollywood Director Under 40.
 
The advice he stopped in to give?

Listen up, because it's all about sound on set, and it's a tidbit he received from his Emmy award-winning post production supervisor, Solange Schwalbe.
 
 
How to Avoid Bad Audio on Set by David Rountree
 
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