Tuesday, January 08, 2008

'Sound for picture' special

Genre pairs expose secrets of sound
Audio pros compare, contrast their similar films

Details important in sound editing
Even amid 1,000 tracks, small touches can be key

[via Variety]

Listen: Seeing Sound (2003)

Three masters of American sound design joined the Third Coast Festival for a conversation about radio. Academy Award-winning picture and sound editor Walter Murch (The Godfather, Apocalypse Now, The English Patient), Academy Award-winning sound designer Randy Thom (The Right Stuff, The Thin Blue Line), and Peabody Award-winning radio artist Joe Frank deconstructed excerpts from their work to reveal the techniques, discoveries and secrets within, forging a conversation about the ways sound can be used to create texture, build character and add rhythm, mystery and suspense to radio storytelling. (1:59:26)

[via Thirdcoastfestival.org]

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