Guild Seeks Members to Teach Master Classes

March 9, 2018

The Editors Guild’s Membership Outreach Committee is looking for members in good standing to be instructors in the Master Class program and share their knowledge and experience with the younger generation of our membership. […]

Stephanie Lowry on ‘61*’

February 16, 2018

Even if she was not a lifelong fan of the New York Yankees, music editor Stephanie Lowry would have been proud of having worked on the made-for-television movie ’61*.’ […]

What Do ‘Electric Dreams’ Sound Like?

February 8, 2018

“Our original idea for ‘Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams’ originated five years ago, when we discussed the idea of an anthology series of the author’s short stories with diverse points of view” […]

The Del Spiva Experience:

August 4, 2017

Music editor Del Spiva chuckles when asked how he explains the job of a music editor to the uninitiated. For Spiva, explaining the job can be a Socratic experience; he throws challenges at his questioners until they comprehend the nature of his work. […]

What Our Members Do: Ethan Stoller

March 1, 2017

In post-production, I conform the music to any picture changes. On the mix stage, I deliver the full music Pro Tools session to the re-recording mixer, and then serve as an ambassador for the music. […]

A Music Editor for All Genres

August 9, 2016

It is practically a given in our industry that the most prolific composers have a remarkable talent to provide effective scores for virtually any movie genre that comes their way. […]

El Sonido de ‘Narcos’

August 1, 2016

Scheduled to unveil on September 2 in its 10-episode entirety, Season 2 of Netflix’s hit series Narcos is expected to prove as popular as the initial offering — and probably will be viewed in extended binge-watching sessions […]

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