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DAW

Abbreviation for dispense as written.
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Occupations involved in postproduction include editors, visual effects artists, sound editors and designers, and composers.
Following stints at Todd-AO and Soundelux, he served as the Director of Sound Editorial and a Supervising Sound Editor for Universal Studios Editorial for the last 12 years.
His has worked as: a shoe salesman, farm hand, gardener, carnival barker, finishing carpenter, mule packer, Native-American-trading-post clerk, photographer, file clerk, proof reader, technical editor, feature-film sound editor, and writer.
Costume designer Sarah Arthur and costume supervisor Ceri Walford are up for Outstanding Costumes for a Mini-series, Movie or a Special, while supervising sound editor Doug Sinclair is nominated for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Mini-series, Movie or a Special.
This result reflects changes in the culture of film criticism," the Daily Mail quoted Sight And Sound editor Nick James as saying.
Sound editor Neil Hillman, who has helped produce top programmes from Top Gear to Songs of Praise and Stars in their Eyes, said: "It was great to work on Glory Days.
Gemma Stansfield, for example, Sound Technology Sennheiser Scholar from 1999 to 2002, already has a number of international film hits on her reference list as an Assistant Sound Editor - The Brothers Grimm, Batman Begins and the last two Harry Potter films.
Michael Lawshe, a supervising sound editor for Warner Bros.
Disillusioned, Maddin toiled for 28 months at the NFB as an editor, cinematographer and sound editor, then quietly boarded a train to Winnipeg to live with distant Icelandic relatives who had settled there late in the previous century.
Collaborating with Besson behind the scenes is a creative below-the-line team including: director of photography Thierry Arbogast (The Fifth Element), production designer Hugues Tissandier (Taken), sound editor Ken Yasumoto (The Transporter), costume designer Olivier Beriot (Taken) and editor Julien Rey (The Lady).
Self Made, by the Turner Prize-winning artist Gillian Wearing, will compete for honours in seven award categories - best documentary, outstanding debut, outstanding British film, director of photography (Roger Chapman), editor (Daniel Goddard and Luke Dunkley), sound recordist (Malcolm Hirst) and supervising sound editor (Tim Barker).
This particular ball was given to sound editor Eddie D'Orazio and, following his death in 1969, it was passed down to his eldest son.