Challenges in Audio Production for Film & TV

29th March 2022 @ 15.00 - 16.30

Those working in audio post production are under increasing pressure to deliver high-quality content in less time, meanwhile facing limitations in budget, studio time and a shortage of skilled engineers. 

Can we do something to reduce the workload or make the process more efficient? Is there a way to reduce the amount of audio that has to be re-recorded in expensive ADR sessions? 

Join us our panel of experts from DR, TV2 and other freelance industry pros for this exciting discussion. 

Form: webinar

Date: 29th March 2022

Time: 15.00 – 16.30

Place: Online via Zoom

Price: free

Language: English

If you have questions about signing up, please contact Murielle De Smedt,


Eddy will start the webinar with an overview of the challenges experienced in the post-production industry today. Then we’ll get stuck into the discussion with our other panel members!
Are you working in the film and TV industry and effected by these challenges? Please join us for this informal and open discussion where we hope to shine a light on specific issues, and perhaps even find a few solutions along the way. 

Meet Our Panel…


Eddy Bøgh Brixen has been a consultant within acoustics and electroacoustics since 1975, when he employed by the Teknologisk Institut and then later DELTA. Since 2002 he has worked independently in his company EBB-consult. He also teaches at some of the larger educational institutes. He is an Audio Specialist at DPA Microphones, a lecturer at Den Danske Scenekunstskole and a professor at CESMA (Central European Studies on Music and Acoustics), Switzerland.


Morten Brandstrup is head of News Technology at TV Danmark and member of our Creative Sound Solutions working group here at the Danish Sound Cluster. 


Allan Holmberg completed his Tonemester education at the Danish Film School in 2003. He is a sound recordist for film, TV and commercials (see an impressive list of his work here), as well as a product specialist at Nordic Pro Audio. He also teaches sound recording and production. 


Lars Møllegaard Nørretranders is Head of in-house and freelance Production Personal at the Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) and works primarily within documentaries and long format productions. His area covers editors, photographers, sound engineers, vfx and color grade. He is responsible for 25 employees and 150 freelancers, and he strives to find new working processes and improve efficiency across departments within DR. He was previously at OTW Denmark, Kunde & Co. and TV2 Danmark.


Henry Michaelsen is a sound recordist and sound designer for 30 years, in motion pictures, TV series and television. He is currently working on Danish X factor, The Masked Singer, The Bachelor.  He is the CEO of Gi’lyd, a company he started  in 2008, which has since grown to have film and documentary departments, and is the proud winner of 3 Oscar nominations and 1 Oscar. 

They offer a great 3-year trainee programme for those wishing to get started in the industry. Read more here.  


Morten Green is a Tonmeister and sound designer for film, TV and documentaries. He received his education from the Danish Film School in 2001, and has since been responsible for sound on over 25 Danish feature films and 6 TV series. Some of his latest productions include the film Shorta and the Viaplay series Forhøret. He has been nominated for the Robert Prize for best sound design 9 times, and won 4 times, (2004 for Reconstruction, in 2011 for R, in 2013 for Kapringen and in 2021 for Shorta. He is currently working as sound designer on the American Netflix film “The Good Nurse” which will premiere later this year.  

When you participate in this event, your time will be used as co-financing for the Innovation Power Project, which is funded by the Danish Business Promotion Board and the Danish Agency for Education and Research at a standard rate. Read more about Innovationskraft  HERE

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