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Chris Graver  Freelance Dubbing mixer, Sound designer, Audio restorer, and Music editor in London With   23   years   experience   at   the   BBC   and   4   years   as   a   freelance   working across   a   wide   range   of   genres,   Chris   is   well   placed   to   help   you   avoid   any possible   pitfalls   and   ensure   that   your   sound   post   production   runs   smoothly.   He also    has    experience    of    setting    up    dubbing    theatres    from    scratch,    having specified   three   5.1   capable   theatres,   a   5.1   prep   room   and,   most   recently,   his own    home    studio.    Chris    is    fully    conversant    with    5.1    mixing    and    Dolby    E encoding   and   the   latest   loudness   standards   including   EBU   R128.   He   has   also given   talks   on   5.1   and   Dolby   E   at   Televisual   and   Broadcast   Video   Expo.   Chris was   nominated   for   a   BAFTA   for   his   mixing   on   “Casualty”   and   his   sound   editing on   “The   Choir”,   and   won   a   BAFTA   for   his   dialogue   editing   on   “Screen   Two “Loved   Up””.   He   is   also   an   expert   music   editor   having   recorded   and   produced five   classical   choral   CDs.   In   addition   Chris   has   a   degree   in   music   and   is   an experienced choral singer.
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Chris Graver  Freelance Dubbing mixer, Sound designer, Audio restorer, and Music editor in London With   23   years   experience   at   the   BBC   and   4   years as    a    freelance    working    across    a    wide    range    of genres,   Chris   is   well   placed   to   help   you   avoid   any possible   pitfalls   and   ensure   that   your   sound   post production   runs   smoothly.   He   also   has   experience of   setting   up   dubbing   theatres   from   scratch,   having specified   three   5.1   capable   theatres,   a   5.1   prep room    and,    most    recently,    his    own    home    studio. Chris   is   fully   conversant   with   5.1   mixing   and   Dolby E    encoding    and    the    latest    loudness    standards including   EBU   R128.   He   has   also   given   talks   on 5.1   and   Dolby   E   at   Televisual   and   Broadcast   Video Expo. Chris   was   nominated   for   a   BAFTA   for   his   mixing   on “Casualty”   and   his   sound   editing   on   “The   Choir”, and    won    a    BAFTA    for    his    dialogue    editing    on “Screen   Two   “Loved   Up””.   He   is   also   an   expert music    editor    having    recorded    and    produced    five classical    choral    CDs.    In    addition    Chris    has    a degree    in    music    and    is    an    experienced    choral singer.