Specializes in:Film audio
Other skillsRe-recording mixer, Mastering, Field Recording, Sound Effects, Foley
Highlighted references• Kalinga Tattooed Women Documentary, Bronze Award for Sound; Adobo Awards Asia
• On the Brink: A Documentary, Best Documentary for San Francisco Ocean’s Film Festival
• Fields of Hope, Typhoon Haiyan Aftermath, Best Film for Manhattan Film Festival
About Andres Ronaldo de AsisSound designer | RBASS (As Freelance Audio Engineer) | Philippines
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Ronald de Asis has been in the film and advertising industry for more than 25 years and is a multi-awarded sound engineer, having won numerous awards for his works on radio and television ads. He also received awards and recognition for sound design on major local movie productions and also on notable films that have been exhibited abroad. (https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2340637/)
His most recent awards include “Fields of Hope”, a documentary project with Extra Mile Productions which won Best Documentary at the 2016 Manhattan International Film Festival. That same year, another documentary project, “On the Brink: Unchartered Waters”, was given Best Conservation Award at the San Francisco Ocean Film Festival.
His involvement with Victory Liner’s “Know Your North” series earned him a Bronze Award for Sound Design at the prestigious Adobo Awards Asia in 2018.
For film, he worked with famed Hollywood director/writer John Sayles and film producer/actress Maggie Renzi on “Amigo” in 2010. This earned Ronald a nomination for Best Sound at The Gawad Urian. Notable awards for film include a Best Sound Award for “RPG Metanoia” at the 2010 Metro Manila Film Festival and also at the Film Academy of the Philippines Luna Awards. That same year he also won Best Sound for “Dinig Sana Kita” at the PMPC Star Awards. In 2011, he bagged the Best Music award for “Sa Ilalim ng Tulay”, a Cinema One Originals entry. Another film project, “Concerto”, won Best Sound in 2009, at the PMPC Star awards for Movies. In 2006, he received a Best Sound award for “Tulad ng Dati” at the Cinemalaya and the same award at the Gawad Urian.
Other earlier notable recognitions for film: Best Achievement in Sound for his work on Chito Rono”s “Yamashita: The Tiger’s Treasure” at the Youth Critic’s Circle in 2002. Best Sound for Peque Gallaga’s “Magic Temple” at the 1996 Metro Manila Film Festival.
In advertising, he received a recognition from the Araw Values Award in 2002, for his work on a radio ad called “Filipino Time”.
Ronald started working as an audio engineer at Audio Post Inc., which soon became part of RoadRunner Network Inc., a subsidiary of ABS-CBN in 1996. Eventually he was given the position of Audio Operations Head.
He was part in putting up Creative Portal Inc. in 2010 where he was Operations Director. Handling projects such as English-dubbed local drama series for international release, music production, audio-visual presentations, events, and documentaries.