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Pearl Harbor

by Maureen Droney | Jun 01, 2001

With a Memorial Day weekend debut, Disney's much-anticipated Pearl Harbor seems a shoe-in for success. An epic love story set against the high action

Rollerball

by David John Farinella | Jun 01, 2001

It's the ultimate double-edged sword in the world of audio post-production for films the eye candy feature, as a remake, to boot. Yet, that's exactly

The Score

by David John Farinella | Jun 01, 2001

Surprises are the last things mixer Lee Dichter wants to hear when he sits down to start working on a feature, yet that's just what he got when he started

SCORING TO SURVIVE

By DAVID JOHN FARINELLA | Mar 01, 2001

He knew! Composer Russ Landau knew that Richard was taking home the million bucks last fall, and he didn't tell a soul. We had the option of knowing,

Sound for Playstation2

by Philip De Lancie | Feb 01, 2001

Before the new Playstation2 game console was even on sale in the U.S., it was already clear that Sony had a hit on its hands. People camped out overnight

Sound Design Recording

By MIX STAFF | Dec 01, 2000

33 W. Haley St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101 (805) 965-3404; Fax (805) 966-9525 e-mail: soundd@silcom.com www.sound-design.comBig-city sound without big-city

Sound Design Recording

By MIX STAFF | Oct 01, 2000

Big-city sound without big-city stress. 25 years of state-of-the-art sound.- Newly renovated main studio designed by George Augspurger- George Martin's

The patriot

By Tom Kenny | Jul 01, 2000

The Sony Pictures Entertainment lot was abuzz at the end of May with the controlled rush to bring Mel Gibson and the drama of a family caught up in war

SCORING "THE PATRIOT"

By Chris Michie | Jul 01, 2000

For the film score, the producers were fortunate to secure the participation of two-time Oscar winner John Williams, whose many screen credits include

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