Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Sound: Mark Locsin, Herbert, and Joseph Santos

Mark Locsin, together with Herbert Relagio assisting him, was the field sound recordist for Day 1.

Joseph Santos, through the equipment courtesy of Nolet Clemente, took care of the sound requirements for Day 2.

Mark Locsin, together with Ric de Jesus assisting him, was the field sound recordist for Day 3.

Mark Locsin during Day 1 Shoot:

Mark Locsin has been in the broadcasting/film industry as a freelance field/live sound recordist/production mixer for TV commercials, films, and AVPs.

He worked for clients including Jollibee, Talk N‘ Text, Lucky Me, PH Care, among others.

Part of his filmography includes “Nasaan si Francis,” “Adela” “Inang Yaya,” “Baliw,” “Jay,” “Big Time,” “Batad,” “Putot,” “Kadin, “Tambolista, “3 Days of Darkness” “Batanes,” and “Endo.”

Mark Locsin during Day 3 Shoot:

Herbert Relagio during Day 1 shoot:

Joseph Santos during Day 2 shoot:

Joseph Santos does sound production work for various film and corporate productions.

He worked in “Kubrador,” “Sigaw,” “Road Raiders,” “Karera,” “Mansyon,” and also in international productions “Slaves of the Sea” and “Five Stages of Life.” He also worked with Rianne for video projects for the non-government organization World Vision.

Ric de Jesus during Day 3 shoot:

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