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Charles Dye

Co-Director

Montana PBS

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Montana PBS

183 Montana State University

Bozeman, Montana,59717

United States

Company Description

MontanaPBS shares diverse stories; connects our citizens; discovers common ground; and celebrates the independent spirit and beauty of Montana. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Professor of Cinema Production

Virginia Tech Inc.


Writer and Director

Two Secrets - Film


Lecturer

Al Akhawayn University


Producer, Director, Editor

DYEWORKS


Writer and Director

Secrets - Short Film


Adjunct Faculty

Society of Automotive Engineers , Inc.


Engineer

Society of Automotive Engineers , Inc.


Multi Platinum Grammy-winning Engineer, Mixer and Producer

KAGI MEDIA LLC


Trip Leader

National Geographic Student Expeditions


Affiliations

Auraleo Advanced Learning

Founder


Education

MFA

Science and Natural History Filmmaking

Montana State University's School of Film and Photography


Web References(179 Total References)


www.montanapbs.org

Charles Dye - Co-Producer / Co-Director
A competitive distance runner in high school and college, Charles was immediately drawn to the story of Finding Traction. Currently teaching cinema production at Virginia Tech, Charles' most recent film, Indian Relay, won two regional Emmy Awards and aired on PBS' Independent Lens in 2013. His earlier work includes the Emmy winning Before There Were Parks: Yellowstone & Glacier Through Native Eyes, A Cat Called Elvis--the #1 downloaded podcast on the Webby-award winning www.lifeonterra.com, Last of the Gum Men, which aired nationally on PBS via NETA satellite in 2003, and Saving the Snow Leopards of Mongolia, which aired worldwide on the National Geographic Channels in 2002. Charles Dye


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Charles Dye
Charles Dye Charles Dye is a multi-platinum, Grammy-winning engineer, mixer, producer and educator. Charles is best known for being the first engineer to mix a Number One record (Ricky Martin's Livin' La Vida Loca) completely in Pro Tools. Charles has designed a mixing curriculum to get amazing sounds with plug-ins, breathe emotion into the music with automation, and make the artist sound like a star.


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Charles Dye
Charles Dye Charles Dye is a multi-platinum, Grammy-winning engineer, mixer, producer and educator. Charles is best known for being the first engineer to mix a Number One record (Ricky Martin's Livin' La Vida Loca) completely in Pro Tools. Charles has designed a mixing curriculum to get amazing sounds with plug-ins, breathe emotion into the music with automation, and make the artist sound like a star.


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CHARLES DYE, DIRECTOR/PRODUCER
Charles Dye is an award-winning filmmaker based in Bozeman, Montana. He holds an MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking from Montana State University's School of Film and Photography. His previous projects include Before There Were Parks: Yellowstone and Glacier through Native Eyes, which appeared on PBS and won two regional Emmy® awards; A Cat Called Elvis about his search for snow leopards in ethnically-Kazakh western Mongolia; and Last of the Gum Men about Guatemala's few remaining chicleros. Since 1996, Charles has mentored hundreds of young filmmakers in programs such as Montana State University's School of Film and Photography; National Geographic Student Expeditions; Seattle's 9-1-1 Media Arts Center's Media Underground; Pennsylvania's BCTV FilmCamp; Tucson, Arizona's Voices: Community Stories Past and Present Project; and Montana State University's TerraPod and Montana Apprentice Program. He currently teaches film production at Al Akhawayn University in Morocco. Posted inArts & Entertainment, Media, News | TaggedAaron Pruitt, American Indian life, Andy Adkins, Charles Dye, Darren Kipp, horse racing, Independent Lens, Indian Relay, Katie Lose Gilbertson, M.L. Smoker, Native films


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Charles DyeChief Consultant: Hard Disk LifeMulti platinum Grammy-winning engineer, mixer and producer Charles Dye has dedicated his life to the art of audio production.After becoming the first mixer to have a #1 hit mixed entirely inside the box, he went on to tour the world teaching his hard earned skills.He coined the phrase Hard Disk Life and set out to help other DAW users create great music.Charles now oversees all intellectual content for our HdL division.In August of 2004, Grammy-winning engineer, mixer and producer Charles Dye joined the Kagi Media team.Kagi announced a new training division that Charles Dye oversees, Hard Disk Life.


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