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Amadeus: The Director's Cut

By Blair Jackson | Mar 01, 2002

If you haven't seen Milos Forman's Amadeus for a number of years, it's easy to forget what a great film it is. In a hazy memory, you probably recall the

The Bake-Off

By Mix Staff | Mar 01, 2002

Every year, in the first week of February, the members of the Sound Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences gather at the Academy Theater

NASHVILLE SKYLINE

by Dan Daley | Mar 01, 2002

The steel guitar had barely been invented when J.R.R. Tolkien churned out Lord of the Rings nearly 50 years ago. Nonetheless, one of only two officially

The Shipping News

By Tom Kenny | Feb 01, 2002

It's a truism these days in all worlds audio: Those who produce are working in the highest resolution possible, while those who consume often seem to

Surreal Sound, Toy Cameras

By Arlan Boll | Jan 01, 2002

As a sound designer, I am always searching for new and interesting ways to re-create sounds, hoping to avoid that dissatisfying, heard-it-before feeling

Composer Spotlight: Richard Wolf

By David John Farinella | Jan 01, 2002

Richard Wolf has some unconventional assistance while he composes music for the new WB Network animated television program Static Shock. When I get the

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

By Blair Jackson | Dec 01, 2001

Few films in recent years have been as hotly anticipated as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, the first movie to be made from J.K. Rowling's gazillion-selling

Taking Storage to the Next Step

BY OLIVER MASCIAROTTE | Sep 01, 2001

It's autumn. A change of season is upon us, with the twilight of summer and the smell of frying power supplies in the air. It may also be the twilight

Sound Secrets of A.I.

by Blair Jackson | Jun 01, 2001

One of the most highly anticipated films of the summer is Steven Spielberg's A.I., a project that has been shrouded in secrecy worthy of a Stanley Kubrick

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