Dubway mixed the audio for three features this July:
The first is a freshman effort by actor Jordan Coleman, called Payin' the Price, which has garnered an award at the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival. The drama deals with the specter of domestic violence.
In quick succession were two documentaries by Gary Null: Death By Medicine and Knocking On the Devil's Door. Produced by Valerie Vancleve and Richard Gale, the films premier in August at the IFC here in NYC, and in LA.
Death By Medicine has taken the award for 'Best Independent Documentary' at this year's Best of Fest Festival. This movie "takes a a hard look at the dominant medical paradigm contributing to America's health crisis." The sound was mixed by Dubway's own Stephen Schappler.
Knocking on the Devil's Door investigates the nuclear power industry and the politics surrounding radiation and nuclear safety. Taylor Batchelor mixed the audio.
The television producers at ISH Entertainment brought Dubway on to capture the production audio for an event called "Pop Up Chapel" in which 24 same-sex couples got married in Columbus Circle, next to Central Park. Dave Holmes (MTV, Reno 911) MC'ed the event. Josh Tucker of Dubway handled the sound record.
Dubway’s remote recording team Jason Marcucci and Mike Judeh handled a recording of Adele for VH1 Unplugged, and subsequently mixed it in surround sound. In the same week, they recorded Live from Soho guests Iron and Wine for iTunes. Amos Lee was recorded in Soho a week later, in anticipation of his newest album release, "Mission Bell."
Dubway recorded Lykke Li remotely for VH1 unplugged, and mixed a surround sound version of the show for broadcast.