Sanken Mikes an American Dream

Mar 1, 2003, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

On the set of NBC's American Dreams, production sound mixer Stephen Halbert fixes Sanken's CUB-01 boundary mics on the vintage broadcast console or in...

N*Sync on DVD

Mar 1, 2003, By David John Farinella

As if the N*Sync calendar wasn't full enough - four albums in five years, a run of stadium tours and appearances at the Olympics, the Super Bowl and World Cup - the band recently hit movie and television screens across the world....

The Chieftains and Friends

Mar 1, 2003, By Heather Johnson

Last fall, a stellar cast of country and bluegrass artists joined the Grammy Award-winning Celtic group to perform songs from Down the Old Plank Road: The Nashville Sessions....

Lisa Gerrard: The Color of Sound

Feb 1, 2003, By Bryan Reesman

I think that, sometimes, the most simple tune can unlock so much more than anything else in picture, just in the right spot, declares musician and composer...

Around the World With Stomp

Feb 1, 2003, By Larry Loewinger

In the minds of its creators - English-men Luke Cresswell and Stephen McNicholas - Stomp is a malleable idea about rhythm as language, a nonverbal way to communicate through percussion....

Scoring Two Towers With A/V SAN

Jan 1, 2003, COMPILED BY SARAH BENZULY

Grammy Award-winning music engineer David Gleeson, scoring engineer John Kurlander and systems expert Mark Wilsher put the finishing touches on Howard...

The Two Towers

Jan 1, 2003, by Blair Jackson

Two down, one to go. Director Peter Jackson's take on The Lord of the Rings trilogy is a spectacularly ambitious undertaking: three films, each well over two hours, released just a year apart. They were shot all at once in Jackson's native New Zealand two years ago, but the posting and extensive visual effects work (also mostly in New Zealand) has been going on ever since......

The Chamber of Secrets

Jan 1, 2003, by Blair Jackson

In the year since Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone was released, it has gone on to become the second highest-grossing film of all time. Much of the all-British sound team who worked on Sorcerer's Stone also came back for the new film, but was augmented by a pair of Yanks: Sound designer and co-supervising sound editor Randy Thom, and Co-supervisor Dennis Leonard....

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