Liz and Matt Cutshaw are audio engineers who decided to start Soundscapers, LLC., with the vision to help creators bring their stories to life through sound. Based out of Indianapolis, IN, - from feature-length films to commercials, we focus on delivering reliable, solid audio for all projects within your budget and time frame.
Elizabeth (Liz) Cutshaw is a location and post-production audio engineer who, while having been involved in every part of the sound process, focuses her talents in re-recording mixing, sound supervision, and location mixing. She obtained her B.A. in Telecommunications - Digital Production Audio from Ball State University in 2015. In 2018 she earned her Master of Fine Arts in Sound Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design focusing her thesis on re-recording mixing for stereo and 7.1 surround sound formats.
She started her film journey in the summer of 2015 while studying abroad in Ireland with a group of around 20 other film students carrying out the location and post audio for 2 out of 4 short films produced. From there on out she’s worked on numerous projects from shorts, features, music videos, podcasts, and various other productions. She has worked with various sound teams, and has even facilitated every part of the sound process for some. She has been nominated for two Southeast Emmy Student Production awards in both 2018 and 2019 for her work on two SCAD productions and was part of the winning sound team for the Audio/Sound category in 2018. She won the 2018 Audio Verse Award for Best Audio Engineering of a Self-Contained, Dramatic Production for her editing and mixing work for the award winning podcast “In Her Burning”.
Matt Cutshaw is a location and post sound engineer who focuses his talents on sound design, SFX building, and synthesis. He is also heavily involved in location sound and various other post-production sound roles as well. Graduating from Ball State University in 2012 with his B.A. in Telecommunications - Digital Audio Production, he went on to facilitate BSU with their studio builds and even guided students in audio film production. Matt now also lends a hand to individual clients who reach out to him for studio building and gear buying advice.
Matt's love for sound came from none other than Ben Burtt and his work in Star Wars. This grew his interest in sound design and synthesis in film and various other forms of media. His favorite part of the post sound process is being able to build new sounds for characters and landscapes that push the character and the story forward. You can usually find him in front of his Moog Sub37 , keyboard, and various synth plug-ins concocting new sounds to use within his projects.