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Established in 1957, The Recording Academy is an organization of musicians, songwriters, producers, engineers and recording professionals that is dedicated to improving the cultural condition and quality of life for music and its makers. Internationally known ... more.
Assistant Professor of Cinema Production
Writer and Director
Two Secrets - Film
Producer, Director, Editor
Writer and Director
Secrets - Short Film
Auraleo Advanced Learning
Science and Natural History Filmmaking
Montana State University's School of Film and Photography
Recording Studio: Big Toe Studio - Worldwide Recording Services
Recording Studio Engineer, Producer, Mixer A Picture Of Charles Dye - Recording Studio Engineer, Producer, Mixer
The Recording Academy - Florida Chapter
from Latin GRAMMY winner Charles Dye; a six month endorsement deal with Dean Markley Strings; 1,000 CDs with jackets package from Disc Makers; a photo session with Miami-based photographer Jill Kahn; a Zoom MRS 1608CD Digital Multi-Track Studio; a $100 gift certificate courtesy of Sam Ash; SAE Institute recording arts training seminar featuring multi-GRAMMY winner Roger Nichols; IK Multimedia software; and official GRAMMY Awards merchandise.The Florida Chapter thanks all entrants who submitted their material, congratulates all six showcase participants for their accomplishments and sincerely thanks all event sponsors and prize package donors: Axis, Crobar, Dean Markley, Disc Makers, Charles Dye, FilMiami, GTC Media, The Hit Factory Criteria Miami, IK Multimedia, Jill Kahn, Korg, Mellon, Morrisound Recording, New Times, Rag Magazine, SAE Institute, Eric Schilling, Vox and Wolf Sound.Moderator Sebastian Krys and panelists Carlos Alvarez (Chapter Governor, two-time Latin GRAMMY-winning engineer); Charles Dye (Latin GRAMMY-winning engineer, Jon Bon Jovi, Ricky Martin); Tom Morris; and Paul Trust (Chapter Governor, producer/engineer, Crease, Endo). The panelists shared personal stories and answered questions from the audience that included area figures including Latin GRAMMY-winning engineers Charles Dye and Ron Taylor, Matchbox Twenty guitarist Adam Gaynor, and Dowd family members Todd Dowd and Cheryl Dowd. Mixdown presenters included seven-time GRAMMY-winning producer/engineer Roger Nichols (John Denver, Steely Dan), Florida Chapter Trustee and producer/engineer Tom Morris (7Mary3, Dixie Dregs), producer/engineer Jim Morris (Warrant, Jag Panzar), Latin GRAMMY winner Charles Dye (Ricky Martin) and indie rock producer/engineer Pete Thornton.In the live room Nichols and Dye presented "in the box" mixing methods (i.e. mixing solely in ProTools) while the other half of the attendees joined Jim Morris and Thornton in the control room to explore mixing with a typical analog mixing desk, in this case an SSL.
TERRA 325: A Cat Called Elvis â€“ Part 1 | LifeOnTERRA
Produced by Charles Dye
Go to Producer's Website Join Charles, Ann and their one and a half year old son Colm as they search Mongolia for "A Cat Called Elvis". Charles is an award-winning filmmaker, photographer, husband and father based in Bozeman, Montana. He holds a MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking from Montana State University's School of Film and Photography. Charles' projects include BEFORE THERE WERE PARKS: YELLOWSTONE AND GLACIER THROUGH NATIVE EYES, which appeared on the primetime PBS nationwide and won two regional Emmy awards, A CAT CALLED ELVIS, about his search (with his family) for snow leopards in western Mongolia (a show which remains the #1 downloaded podcast on the Webby-award winning www.lifeonterra.com), and LAST OF THE GUM MEN, about Guatemala's few remaining chicleros, which aired nationally on PBS via NETA satellite in 2003. Since 1996, Charles has mentored hundreds of young filmmakers and photographers on National Geographic Student Expeditions to countries around the world, and in programs like Seattle's 9-1-1 Media Arts Center's Media Underground, Reading, Pennsylvania's BCTV FilmCamp, Tucson, Arizona's Voices Community Stories Past and Present Project, and Montana State University's TerraPod and Montana Apprentice Program. Charles has also taught Sound for Film in Montana State University's School of Film and Photography. He is deeply committed to helping create media and especially public programming that broadens viewers' perspectives and inspires belief in an ecologically considerate and multi-cultural future.
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
ProMedia Training Faculty | Company
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.