All things Post Production Sound! I will enhance your story with sound! I specialize in all aspects of Post Production sound, including Sound Mixing, Sound Editing, Sound Design, Dialogue Cleanup, Foley, ADR, Music Composition, and Music Recording. I can mix any project from stereo to 7.1 surround in my high quality custom built studio designed specifically and acoustically for sound production. Featuring great rates that are guaranteed to beat out any major post house.
I am able to work with anyone in the world through the magic of the internet and file transfer!
Name: Jeff Carpenter
Lives in: Ada, Oklahoma
Company: Injunuity Post Sound
Occupation: Sound Designer, Sound Editor and Sound Mixer
Film (Drama and History) Sound department In this inspirational drama based on a true story, experience the captivating story of Te Ata. Te Ata Thompson Fisher, was born near Emet, Oklahoma as a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation, Te Ata was an accomplished entertainer and teller of Native American stories. Her career as an entertainer and storyteller spanned more than 60 years. During the prime of her career, she performed in England and Scandinavia, at the White House for President Franklin Roosevelt, for the King and Queen of Great Britain and on stages across the United States. Written by DarkTormentor
TV Movie (Documentary, Action, History and War) Sound department First Encounter portrays the interaction between Spanish conquistador Hernando de Soto and the Native Americans of the North American continent, in particular, the Chickasaw in the 1540's.
Television (Comedy and Drama) Sound department Rough Cut is the unlikely journey of a dismantled, dysfunctional, no-budget film crew who find the right script at the wrong time. Witty and comedic with moments of poignance and genuine heartbreak, Rough Cut is an underdog tale set in a world of frustrated artists, eccentric small-town actors, and a hard-working production crew looking for gigs that might put food on the table. This series highlights the intoxicating highs and soul-crushing lows of chasing illogical dreams in the most unlikely of places, amidst the company of brothers and enemies, courage and doubt. Fran, the self-destructive writer/director, has a talent for losing friends, breaking up independent film productions with ridiculous reshoots, and writing scripts full of drunken beauty. Susie, the frustrated director of photography, has a tremendous eye for shots, a knack for keeping a production rolling, and a temper that has resulted in film festival director restraining orders and assault charges. Pat is a ...
Film (Biography) Sound department The true story of a spirited Chickasaw daredevil whose young life in 1928 rural Oklahoma suddenly changes one Sunday afternoon. The soon-to-become famous Wiley Post lands his plane in her father's field, and a brief joyride through the clouds ignites the girl's passion for flight. Pearl Carter's thirst for thrills has found an outlet. Mentored by Post and supported by her resolute father, George, Sr., Pearl demonstrates that she has the courage and composure of a true pilot. Soon, the 12-year-old sits at the controls of a brand new Curtiss-Robin, soars with the best flight instructor available and has a landing strip for a backyard. While everyone in town is amazed, not all are delighted about Pearl's unconventional exploits. At first, her dangerous new interest troubles Lucy, Pearl's strong, forbearing Chickasaw mother. Opaletta, the Carters' eldest daughter, is aggrieved by the disproportionately close relationship her father shares with Pearl. In fact, Opal's reaction to the ... Written by Donna Carlton, Head Writer: "Pearl"
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