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Rob Bryanton

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@10thdim
Location: Regina, SK CA
Website: http://www.tenthdimension.com/blog
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Rob Bryanton made his first record at 12,and was host of a regional CBC-TV music series at 20. He is President of Talking Dog Studios in Regina,Saskatchewan,Canada, a Dolby 5.1 mix facility which specializes in music and sound for film and television. Talking Dog created the music and sound for the upcoming theatrical release "Surveillance", co-written and directed by Jennifer Lynch. Rob has been nominated 9 times in the last 9 years for Canada's Gemini Awards (Canada's version of the Emmy Awards), 4 times in the category "Best Original Music Score for a Dramatic Series", and 5 times for "Best Sound for a Dramatic Program". Recent composing/mixing projects for Rob include the hugely popular CTV series "Corner Gas"and two CBC-TV mini-series "Prairie Giant: The Tommy Douglas Story", and "The Englishman's Boy". An active volunteer in his community, Rob is the current President of the Saskatchewan Motion Picture Association. In July 2006 Rob published a book about a "new way of thinking about time and space", called "Imagining the Tenth Dimension." Science fiction author Greg Bear (winner of both the Nebula and Hugo awards) described Bryanton's book as "A fascinating excursion into the multiverse—clear, elegant, personal, and provocative". Author and psychobiologist David Jay Brown described the book as "one of the most brilliantly-conceived and mind-stretching books that I've ever encountered". The companion website for the book has attracted 4 million unique visitors since its launch in July 2006, and the eleven minute animation explaining the ideas from chapter one of the book continues to be a popularly viewed item on streaming video sites, including versions which have been translated by fans into Arabic, Chinese, Greek, Polish, Russian, and Turkish. There are also 26 songs about the nature of reality which are attached to the project, and videos for these songs are available at www.youtube.com/10thdim