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The Matrix Reloaded

An interview with the Academy Award winning audio editors about recording the next installment of The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded. Recording and mixing techniques...

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And the Award Goes to

Music fans will remember the 45th annual Grammy Awards as the one where jazzy chanteuse Norah Jones stole the show, beating out such veterans...

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Avast and Away!

Disney magic still manages to bring out the kid in everybody, including the veteran creative and production personnel for the animated feature Treasure

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The Two Towers

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...

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Shift_Record

Finally, a commercial that audiophiles can get behind. In the new Nissan Altima commercial, DJs Ming+FS (www.mingandfs.com) portray an experimental production

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Star Trek: Nemesis

Phenomenon, franchise, lifestyle call it what you like. The Star Trek television series and roster of movies not to mention books, the Las Vegas...

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GANGS of New YORK

Director Martin Scorsese is back on New York City's Mean Streets. No, it's not Little Italy, where much of the action in his critically...

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9/11: In Memoriam

Premiered on May 26, 2002, the HBO documentary In Memoriam: New York City, 9/11/01 recounts the events of that extraordinary day by intercutting interview

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Crime Scene Audio

Clean, clear audio: It's central to the success of CBS' hit series, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Without clear audio, the complex CSI plot line...

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Insomnia

With just three major films under his belt, director Christopher Nolan has already proven to be a true master of complex, psychological dramas. First

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Men In Black 2

Fourth of July weekend. It's hot dogs and parades, flags and fireworks, and more often than not in recent years, the opening of a...

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Scooby Doo

Scooby Doo supervising sound editor Michael Wilhoit seems like a pretty normal guy. Still, you have to figure that to work on this kind...

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Minority Report

After working on five Steven Spielberg films, three of which have garnered Academy Awards for sound effects editing, sound designer Gary Rydstrom and

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Small Screen, Big Music

No corner of the music industry calls for a blend of composing chops, speed and production skills more than episodic television. Often working with...

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The Bake-Off

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

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